Monika Bansal

MA work

One small step for man

Fear can sometimes produce a constructive response – like the race to the moon. My moon is reshaped by data, representing the events during the space race. The mountains represent growth and the craters, failures. 

Through the telescopes you will see stories of some of the highest mountains and deepest craters which are the results of three pillars of innovation – leadership, dialogue, and competition. Can we draw the right lessons from the recent past? Within these stories are clues to a way forward.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Information Experience Design, 2016

  • I manufacture experiences with products in space. At work, it is the thingness of things that keeps me excited. Apologies. I believe in outer space travel, magic, people’s right to privacy and choice and single-speed bicycles. I am grateful for small bookshops, full-fledged metal workshops and large format maps.

  • Degrees

  • B. Des Product Design, National Institute of Fashion Technology in New Delhi, India, 2014