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A Tale of Two Cities by Mona Whitton 

This installation seeks to illustrate elements of Dickens iconic work A Tale of Two Cities through the creation of two shadow-box pieces, one depicting Paris, the other London. Part of Medway Light Nights

Mona Whitton's installation will be on display outside the Guildhall Museum, Rochester

A Tale of Two Cities by Mona Whitton 

Date and time: Friday, 11 and Saturday, 12 February, 6-9pm 

Location: Outside Guildhall Museum 

This installation seeks to illustrate elements of Dickens iconic work A Tale of Two Cities through the creation of two shadow-box pieces, one depicting Paris, the other London.

The buildings included are those which have relevance both to the French Revolution and the novel. Hanging above the shadow boxes will be a myriad of glass stars, reminding us that we all shelter under the same timeless stars.

The piece seeks to remind us of the social injustices highlighted in Dickens' novel both before and after the fall of the Bastille and asks us to look at both the world we inhabit and our actions and place within it. Website: What Do We Do? | Mona Whitton Art And Events 

Website: https://www.monawhittonart.co.uk/  

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Medway Light Nights is produced by Emergency Exit Arts in partnership with Medway Council. This event has been sponsored by Arts Council England, The Welcome Back Fund, Leigh Academy Trust, and Kent University.  

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