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A Day in the Life of Ernesto Bones

Award: Wood Pencil

Wood Pencil / Spatial Design / Exhibition Design / 2012

Echoing the cycle of art to life to art, ‘A Day in the Life of Ernesto Bones’ reflects on the place of narrative in design and exhibition as a creative process. Produced under the auspices of the Stanley Picker Fellowship at Kingston University, Ab Rogers Design created an interactive, multi-sensory installation inspired by a story written by 24 creative collaborators. Each was sent a photograph of an object from the Stanley Picker House and asked to write an hour of Ernesto Bones’s day. Each narrative inspired the next and the design of an object that then became part of the installation.

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