The PostlerFerguson Wonderboxes Relies on Our Interpretations

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 17, 2011 • References: postlerferguson & core77
As you gaze upon the PostlerFerguson Wonderboxes art installation, you might not know or understand exactly what it is you are looking at, but that happens to be the point (at least on one level). As far as unique, abstract dioramas go, this is definitely an impressive one.

Designed for a recent exhibit at London's V&A Museum, the PostlerFerguson Wonderboxes art installation was created to examine the nature of archives, collecting and documentation. Designers Ian Ferguson and Martin Postler essentially give the audience a glimpse of an industrial design firm's inspiration wall.

Rendered in a very minimalist and monochromatic manner, the PostlerFerguson Wonderboxes art installation then relies on your own minds to conduce an individual interpretation of what it is exactly you're looking at. Stats for Minimalist Monochromatic Dioramas Trending: Older & Chilly
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