On 17 May 2004, Michael Pinchbeck embarked on a five-year live art project. He packed a car with the belongings of his brother - Robert - and drove to Liverpool where he died in an accident in 1998. The car toured the UK for five years as a unique venue for a poignant one-to-one performance in which Michael told his car history to 365 passengers.
To mark the end of The Long and Winding Road on 17 May 2009, Michael immersed the car in the River Mersey and then had it crushed. He spent three days wrapping up 365 fragments of the car to create an installation of mementos exhibited alongside this final film of the end of the road. Supported by The Bluecoat and the University of Chester.