With Montreal's marvelous Cirque du Soleil in mind, the British Performance Collective Acrojou celebrates the concept of thinking big and living small. Their wheel house is 2ft 6ins wide and 7ft high. They've an act that features a delightful steampunk wheel house that literally rolls on its way, taking Jeni Barnard and Barney White on a magical metaphorical journey that embraces daily life, love and partnership.
Audiences are able to wander about the tiny wheel house as the couple perform their masterful street art.
You can enjoy it here.
A delightful way to get around...
Saturday, June 8, 2013
The Very Tiny Wheel House And Its Remarkable Whimsical Journey...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: a magical mystery journey, a metaphorical journey, barney white, british performance collective acrojou, cirque du soleil, jeni barnard, montreal, thinking big living small, tiny wheel house
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That is neat!! If you want the kitchen, you roll that part so that is down, the bedroom, down, but you may want to keep the bathroom in or close to the down position (grin).ReplyDelete
That's wonderful! I must share with my steampunk friends. They will love it.ReplyDelete
This is a beauty! There are still plenty of people with imagination around, I'm glad to see. Probably not allowed on the road, but, hey you can't have everything!ReplyDelete
Hmmm not me I'm sorry....it's too public!.ReplyDelete