The men will constantly need to be 180 degrees from each other and will need to carefully coordinate their movements in order to stay on the wheel. They must move in opposition directions and when one stops, so must the other or else they face falling from the 25ft high wheel.

'I wasn't prepared for this...perhaps I should have been.' Shelley stated, sat on top of the wheel. The artists explained the piece is 'an exploration of what it means to collaborate.' 'It is an exploration of trust between two people.'

The wheel is equipped with beds, chairs, a desk, fridge, kitchen and even a chemical toilet (complete with private screen.) The two artists will be supported by safety harnesses during the 10 day stint.