The Internet is Where Innocence Goes to Die and You Can Come Too

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The Internet is Where Innocence Goes to Die and You Can Come Too

Surf the internet and eat pizza with two artists in this show at PACT

Zin – the collaborative partnership of Roslyn Helper and Harriet Gillies – is bringing its award-winning Melbourne Fringe show to Sydney's PACT theatre this summer.

Developed during a residency with Godmother of performance art Marina Abramovic, The Internet is Where Innocence Goes to Die and You Can Come Too is a hybrid of art and theatre that sees the two performers surf the internet with guidance from the audience.

"The whole theatre comes together for an hour in boisterous conversation," says Helper. "It changes the way you think about time and place, about your connections with other humans, about the way we communicate and what the internet allows us to do in that regard."

Read our FB chat interview with Zin, who are also presenting Glitterbox at the Star's Sky Terrace as part of Sydney Festival.

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