WHAT DO YOU SEE WHEN YOU IMAGINE THE FUTURE?
A smartphone that transports you to the other side of the world?
Flooded coastlines and power stations in the sky?
In September, over the Garrick Jubilee weekend, an unusual public art project is going to land in Stratford-upon-Avon. Two giant pairs of binoculars will appear on the streets.
Inside the binoculars, overlaid on top of the vision of the street beyond – you see beautiful animations created through a series of creative workshops conducted with local community groups – asking “what do you see when you see the future?“.
Some of these workshops are open to all!
Drop in, eat cake, make collages, draw pictures and dream about the Stratford of 100 years’ time. When the binoculars will hit the streets of Stratford, these pictures will have been transformed into technicolour animation to be seen inside them.
TUESDAY 16th July – TYLER HOUSE, Tyler Street = 12:30 > 15:30
THURSDAY 25th July – FOUNDATION HOUSE, Masons Road = 14:00 > 17:00
27th/28th July – the old CRABTREE & EVELYN SHOP on High Street in the town centre – all weekend
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I See The Future is a co-created public art project, commissioned by Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Creative Producers International.