Looks Like A Tourist

Looks Like A Tourist

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. 


  • Director: Daniele Constance
  • Collaborating artists: 
    • Ashleigh Musk
    • Liesel Zink
    • Katina Olsen
    • Lauren Watson
  • Sound Design: Anna Whittaker

Find out more about Daniele Constance.


  • 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. 
Image credit: Jade Ellis 


This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Arts Coast's 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.

How to get there

Looks Like A Tourist

Wonderland Spiegeltent, Cotton Tree Park, Maroochydore / Kabi Kabi Country


All ages
Venue is wheelchair accessible