Opening up its doors as a place for artists, audiences and communities, PICA will celebrate forms of CARE, CONFESSION and COMMUNITY as it transforms into a queer party, a therapeutic workshop, a night club, and a live lipstick apothecary.
- Share a queer kiss at Janet Carter’s Transmission.
- Make a personalised set of sign cards at Jen Jamieson’s This is not personal.
- Hear non-binary stories of confession at Daley King’s Lipstuck.
- Strut into feminist truth-telling at Jacinta Larcombe’s Slutdrop.
In each work, artists invite audiences to take a personal journey that has been carefully crafted with them in mind to share stories, knowledge and experiences. Under a safe and inclusive banner, PICA welcomes freedom of expression as these artists explore identity and multiplicities of gender and sexuality.
Wrapped as a love letter to ourselves, each other and our communities, don’t miss out on these 4 personal journeys at PICA this Fringe season.