Jason Wilsher-Mills unveils his new ground-breaking work, ‘The Wackiest Race: Jason vs. the System’, at Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum.
Jason Wilsher-Mills said: “I’m excited to unveil my most ambitious work at Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum this summer: ‘The Wackiest Race: Jason vs the System’. The work takes the form of a virtual reality experience and tells the stories of disabled people’s experiences of the DWP benefits system, which measure how disabled they are. The virtual reality experience will allow the player to enter this magical world. It will be highly colourful and psychedelic but with a serious message at its core.
Funded by Arts Council England, ‘The Wackiest Race: Jason vs. the System’, has taken over a year to build.
Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in the virtual reality experience, as they race through a dystopian world.
Admission to ‘The Wackiest Race: Jason vs the System’ is included with a museum ticket.