Routes explores the permeability of monocultures and specifically how a P&R bus route might be perceived as alien and detached from its surroundings, offering only one service to its customers. Pinsky engages with Park & Ride users’ views and aspirations, re-considers the scheme’s connections with its communities, whilst suggesting that these local environments have the potential to be both creative and multi-faceted.

Routes had three elements: Park & Tell, a short film shown on the buses and at Modern Art Oxford, Park & Putt, a golf course in the car park and Park & Walk, a humorous guide suggesting a walk between Water Eaton and Pear Tree car parks.



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