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Looks Like a Tourist

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Bringing to life our most iconic destinations, LOOKS LIKE A TOURIST is a visual spectacle that saturates the landscape bringing our attention to the complexities of being a visitor in a new place.

Unidentified strangers dressed in inflatable orange suits saturate the landscape, bringing our attention to the complexities of being a visitor in a new place. Their movements shift the romanticism of touristic adventures and highlight the inherent nature of tourism as a culture of estrangement and consumption.

Join us on the tour as we invite you to notice your surroundings in new and unexpected ways.

- Free event. No registration required.
- Please wear comfortable shoes for outdoor walking, be prepared for weather.
- This is largely a visual and movement based work. Audiences are invited to follow and join our 'tour group' which does involve walking/moving across pavement, grass and sand.
- If you have any access requirements, please get in touch.

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Arts Coasts Dance Here Now program.

The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and City of Gold Coast to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

The development of Looks Like A Tourist was proudly supported by HOTA Home of the Arts, through HOTA’s ArtKeeper program

Image: Jade Ellis

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