New video from InTRANSIT Festival 2016
Part of a wider response to the official Punk London 40th Anniversary of Punk, Ellie Koslowsky took her piece “Sex On Wheels” up the Portobello Road.
Originally commissioned by InTRANSIT in 2015, the piece re-creates Vivienne Westwood and Malcom McLaren’s iconic shop sign to test how the punk aesthetic born in the borough resonates here in the modern day.
InTRANSIT is an annual festival of arts in unexpected places. It takes place in locations across Kensington and Chelsea each summer, challenging artists and audiences with newly commissioned work outside of galleries and theaters.
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