Fixing in the Community

Client: The Restart Project What do Making and Repair activities actually achieve, in social and community terms? Can fixing material things have a social impact, or achieve other kinds of transformation? Fixing Video The Restart Project is a social enterprise

Fixing in the Community

Client: The Restart Project What do Making and Repair activities actually achieve, in social and community terms? Can fixing material things have a social impact, or achieve other kinds of transformation? Fixing Video The Restart Project is a social enterprise

Move It: Physical Activity Among University Students

Client:  The Young Foundation. What makes you move?  What motivates your body to be physically active, and what prevents you?  On behalf of the Young Foundation we have been working to gain insight into the physical activity habits of UCL’s

Move It: Physical Activity Among University Students

Client:  The Young Foundation. What makes you move?  What motivates your body to be physically active, and what prevents you?  On behalf of the Young Foundation we have been working to gain insight into the physical activity habits of UCL’s

The Secret Life of Things

Client:  Great Recovery Project. “Toothbrush”- a video. The Great Recovery (GR) promotes a more sustainable, circular economy of materials through design work.  We set out to help the project understand what the significant considerations are in redesigning domestic objects to

The Secret Life of Things

Client:  Great Recovery Project. “Toothbrush”- a video. The Great Recovery (GR) promotes a more sustainable, circular economy of materials through design work.  We set out to help the project understand what the significant considerations are in redesigning domestic objects to

Design Brief Competitions

Collaborator:  RSA (Royal Society of Arts) Student Design Awards Team The Royal Society of Arts runs the pre-eminent design competition for student designers in the UK, and increasingly internationally.  Their design brief competitions bring together the organisations and companies in

Design Brief Competitions

Collaborator:  RSA (Royal Society of Arts) Student Design Awards Team The Royal Society of Arts runs the pre-eminent design competition for student designers in the UK, and increasingly internationally.  Their design brief competitions bring together the organisations and companies in

Re-Presenting an Australian Spearthrower

Work conducted with:  The British Museum, UCL Ethnographic Collection. UCL’s Ethnographic Collection contains several spear throwers, but only one from South-Eastern Australia. In different ways, it is beautiful, functional, mysterious, powerful, and potentially tragic. This is an object which is

Re-Presenting an Australian Spearthrower

Work conducted with:  The British Museum, UCL Ethnographic Collection. UCL’s Ethnographic Collection contains several spear throwers, but only one from South-Eastern Australia. In different ways, it is beautiful, functional, mysterious, powerful, and potentially tragic. This is an object which is

The Material Properties of a Papua New Guinean Adze

Work conducted with:  The British Museum, UCL Ethnographic Collection By:  Sarah McFalls, Molly Johanssen Summer 2013 UCL’s Ethnographic Collection, comprising over 3000 artifacts, contains objects from every continent of the world, made out of every kind of material, and referencing

The Material Properties of a Papua New Guinean Adze

Work conducted with:  The British Museum, UCL Ethnographic Collection By:  Sarah McFalls, Molly Johanssen Summer 2013 UCL’s Ethnographic Collection, comprising over 3000 artifacts, contains objects from every continent of the world, made out of every kind of material, and referencing

Domestic Cosmologies of Materials and Disposal

Client:  The Great Recovery Project By:  Alison Violet-Mount, Emily (Chenyi) Cai, Lulu Chen, Xian Chen, Foong Wai Ng Summer 2012 This work aimed to assist the Great Recovery Project in their work on circular, sustainable economies of materials, by exploring

Domestic Cosmologies of Materials and Disposal

Client:  The Great Recovery Project By:  Alison Violet-Mount, Emily (Chenyi) Cai, Lulu Chen, Xian Chen, Foong Wai Ng Summer 2012 This work aimed to assist the Great Recovery Project in their work on circular, sustainable economies of materials, by exploring