Thames Festival Trust required a container to be modified for “A Mile in My Shoes”; the debut event for The Empathy Museum.
“A Mile in My Shoes” is an audio portrait of Wandsworth created in collaboration with the local community, it is presented to the public as an interactive shoe shop. We supplied a blue 20ft new (once shipped) container and carried out external conversion works. We removed the original cargo doors and replaced them with a set of French Doors, we then lined the container walls and roof. We delivered the container to South West London, ready for artist/producer team Clare Patey and Kitty Ross, along with cultural thinker Roman Krznaric to create the final event piece.