The Revolution Booth

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The Revolution Booth, erected on The Monarch's Way which runs alongside a stretch of the Stourbridge Canal close to Workshop 24's studio, July 2nd 2021

The Revolution Booth

The Revolution Booth is temporarily erected by Helen and Bill on The Monarchs Way, a long distance footpath that traces the pursuit of Charles II across the English countryside in 1651. Passers by are invited into the booth and respond to prompts that playfully inquire into the nature of revolution and their experience of contemporary revolutions in technology, identify and culture.

This video was made for and showcased at the 4th World Congress of Psychogeography in September 2021