Pop up shop in Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre where life, love and loss are measured.

The Measurement Shop is a creative exploration of how we measure complex and simple things and what effect measuring has on our lives. How do you measure happiness, hope and pain? As well as age, population and health? Welcome to the Measurement Shop…

 

Members of the public can come in, stay for as long as they want and leave. The project will never be a finished performance, rather an ongoing open exploratory experiment with the audience arriving, measuring and adding to the collaboration. 

all 1 dates

Past and Future

  • Aug 2ndto5th2010

    Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre

    SE1 6TE, London - United Kingdom

Audience feedback

“ Wonderful. Enchanting. It's conceptual but not so much to exclude you...you are taken into that world. ” - Audience - “ I really liked it, I wish every council would do this sort of thing. ” - Audience -

They supported this Production

Southwark Council
Arts Council England
Thomas Tallis School

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