Babylon will have an array of international and local performers roving throughout the festival.
- Live art
- Roaming entertainment
- Interactive installations
Jovishnu aka Mr Pink
Many have been fortunate enough to witness the pink man roaming festivals around the world. Illuminating dance floors with his pinkness, and bringing laughter and smiles to all those who catch his eye.
Dressed in little but the paint that colours his skin, Mr Pink’s exuberant presence plays a pivotal role in the festival as a collaborative creative performance.
Throughout the years he’s been seen painted green, gold, blue, yellow – embodying the rainbow and bringing its hues to the festival space, becoming an active element in the festival as a magical experience.
Mr Pink’s performance is an interactive piece, getting into costume and roaming around the festival grounds is what he does best.
If he catches someone’s eye, he will go to them and have fun. When a person looks away, it tells me the interaction is over.
Following performances at some of the worlds largest events, Ozora, Burning Man and Boom, Mr Pink will grace Babylon Festival with his once in a lifetime experience.
Toggles is an inter-dimensional multi-disciplinary Artist currently based in Melbourne, certified with a BFA in Sculpture and also Mechanical engineering (electronics/Robotics.)
He uses a variety of digital fabrication techniques to produce complex interlocking structures which fit together like puzzles to make functional psychedelic playgrounds for all ages: Evolving mysterious, alien influenced worlds through techno-extrapolation – with a keen eye for detail and visual phenomena, using intense colour combinations and woodworking wizardry, while Striving for efficient material use and smart design.
Toggles’ work has been featured at Festivals across Australia, including Rainbow Serpent, Esoteric, Wild horses, The World Beyond and many more!
The Hyper-Shelter is hard to miss, it’s a raised hexagonal seating platform and meeting-place – shaded by day and pulsating with light by night. The shelter has seating for up to 18 people, with 3 feature paintings, a rotating chandelier and at the structure’s center: a rift in the space-time continuum! (in the form of an infinity mirror prism table) and to top it off a custom mini-canopy by Tetrik Structures! (Keep an eye out for more information on the Hyper-Shelter as we reveal more closer to the festival.) For more Art follow Toggles on instagram @Toggles