Within this pop-up carousel visitors could participate in series of quirky activities to learn about the difference that even moderate movement can make to their lives. Six modules each containing an item of furniture and a television offered the visitor an opportunity to view short films, but only if they undertook some level of minimal exercise. Each station was colour coded allowing the participant to progress from the green piste, lying on a sofa using a remote control, to cycling through animations, to finally the black piste suspending themselves up-side-down within a domestic scene . Their ‘fidget line’ was broadcast from the summit of the pop- up. Interlocutors assisted the participants through the course, whilst explaining the science of fidgeting. A collaboration with Dr Wilby Williamson, produced by LAHF and supported by a Wellcome Trust Society Award.



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