Last year's exhibition, Wouldn't it be Nice, at Somerset House contained an adjunct project entitled The McGuffin Library by artists Noam Toran
and Onkar Kular. This project used rapid prototyping to produce unique objects that took their cues and design direction from imagined movie plots. The end results were displayed within the gallery along with the SLA machine and an attendent operator. The movie synopsis idea had come from Hitchcock's practice of introducing what he titled a "McGuffin".
In this vein, I'll be joining Peter Stathis in teaching a summer course at CCA, within...
the ID dept. We'll be taking some inspiration from this project and developing a range of products using CNC and SLA which will stem from a single text and it's various interpretations.
Heres ato a video where Toran talks about the inspiration for the project.