In original plan, Goldsmiths students are invited to join a trip to random places out of London. The bus will ‘accidentally’ drop people in the middle of nowhere. Without any transportation, bus and even maps, the passengers are forced to start a-Jack Kerouac-like jurney.
3:00pm on 3rd June 2010, a coach was hired and arrived at the front of Goldsmiths college, London. The students and teachers got on the coach without being told the destination and means of coming back. Within the 2-hour-long journey, the suspicious passengers noticed they were away from London and approaching the English Channel. This fact creates an anxious atmosphere on the coach.
At 5:00 pm, the coach arrive in the middle of nowhere, the passengers were asked to get out of the coach to participate ‘a performance’ which doesn’t really exist. The teachers and students insisted that they would leave the bus until they know if there is any means of return. After being told that this bus was only being hired for ‘single trip’ and the organizers including the driver(who speaks perfect Polish English which is impossible to understand) didn’t even know where the place is, the passengers became extremely furious. A revolution was lead by the passengers and the organizers were forced to leave the bus and carry on the journey. After spending several hours walking across fields and highways, the organizers found a train station in a small town, they arrived at New Cross at 11.00pm smoothly. Wrong Move journey thus was put to an end.