L’Obervatoire Bizarre

Royal Academy Late An event in a cold winter night where everyone’s alter ego was allowed to party, we opened an experimental Dadaist research bureau L’Obsrvatoire Bizarre. Every person entering the lab became a protagonist of a bizarre story where they were invited to take a surreal eye test, predict their fate based on chance games and explore ideas of the fourth dimension. An interactive installation/performance aimed to confuse and...

Wanderlust

Wanderlust is an exhibition space and a playground designed for toddlers and families that includes the youngest museum goers to the context of museums and their culture. The Story Museum is an inspiring immersive interactive space located in the heart of Oxford dedicated to children’s literature. I had an opportunity to work with them and design a mock up of the toddlers space. Wanderlust (which means strong desire for travelling...

Museum on a Bicycle

David Parr House The Museum on a Bicycle is about bringing the stories of David Parr House to a wider public in Cambridge. It is a travelling museum designed with small, personal details in mind. Every element of the design tells a story of the house and aims to spark conversations and storytelling around it. The bicycle communicates the various hidden elements of 186 Gwydir Street – a house like...

Why Escape

Bachelor’s Dissertation   The thesis is an exploration of escapism in postmodern culture, design and architecture. The research is based on the primary question “Why escape?” looks deeper into different possibilities what escapism might be and why is it so present in Western culture and customs. The dissertation explores philosophy of entertainment and escapism and how it merged into everyday lives, social order and city planning. For instance, one of...

Ways of Looking

Work in Progress Show at the Royal College of Art Installation Ways of Seeing is an imagined democratised future of museums where the public is invited to participate in curatorial processes making the content of exhibitions more open and diverse and where power dynamics of curator and visitor are shifting to construct new ways of conversing and learning in museum spaces. The research around storytelling and meaning making at museum...

Sonder

Sonder is about perceptions, interpretations and the ways we relate to imagery and objects through our own past experiences, creating new personal narratives. It is a story found in a box at the junk shop containing pictures, letters and documents of women who lived in London for 102 years. Blended with fiction and presented through objects and photographs it celebrates an everyday life story. Stories on the postcards present fragments of...