The Same Road is a Different Road is a dynamic new film installation by Penny Woolcock created as part of Fantastic Cities. The work presents the startlingly different responses of two individual narratives, one the artist and the other a young gang member, on a short walk through the same city streets.
This event is a unique public discussion between specialist neuroscientists and young people who have experienced violent crimes in London and Oxford. The resulting conversations that come out of this event will form part of the research project running alongside the creation of The Same Road is a Different Road.
Find out more about Penny Woolcock: Fantastic Cities here.
The Same Road is a Different Road is supported by the Wellcome Trust.