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My Last Car, commissioned by Tipping Point, I Move, and the Warwick Arts Centre, has its final performances today through Saturday at the Warwick Arts Centre. Â Everyone remembers their first car; what if their present car were their last car? Â The show looks at the influences the motor car has had on people’s lives, and issues of sustainability.
The star is a soft-top Rover 216 broken down to its component parts. Â My Last Car is both a gallery installation and a performance. Â Information and ticketsÂ here.
My Last Car – Alan Dix, the man behind the wheel from imove on Vimeo.
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