The Performance Arcade brings together visual arts and performance in a specially curated ‘exhibition-event’ of live art practices on Wellington Waterfront. An arrangement of shipping containers and scaffold structures provides a temporary architecture for this unique project, housing a bar space, a programme of live music and events, and new performance installations by NZ and International artists. Open 13 hours a day, this event is free to the Wellington public.



This documentary film tells the story of a production that theatricalised the whole Estonian society and won the Golden Triga at the Prague Quadrennial this year. NO75 Unified Estonia assembly was a fictitious political movement created by Theatre NO99 that a large portion of the public treated as a real political force It combined performing arts, politics, media and civil society. For the 44 days from the first press conference to the culmination of the founding assembly with 7000 people attending, Unified Estonia was followed by a film team that thoroughly documented the project.


Supported by the Bolton Hotel International Programme

NO99 (Estonia)



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