THE EVERYDAY MARTIAN








AN IMMERSIVE THEATRE DESIGNED TO EXPERIENCE HOW LIVING ON MARS COULD ALTER OUR HEALTH







︎︎︎ WORKSHOP
︎︎︎ IMMERSIVE PERFORMANCE 
︎︎︎ PROP MAKING

How will humans adapt to a life lived almost entirely indoors? Who will get to govern this new settlement? Will a 687-day year transform how we work and rest? What rituals and beliefs might emerge to cope with the sensory deprivation of a monochrome planet?













Living on Mars will radically change our living space and the way we interact with our surroundings. In an environment deprived of sensory exposure, how will we counteract the psychological stress of interplanetary living? Through a circuit of guided exercises, visitors have embarked on a holistic journey of tactile play. This had the purpose of stimulating the senses in an effort to sustain both physical and mental wellbeing.











The Everyday Martian was a collaborative project between the MA Material Futures and The London Design Museum, during the 'Moving to Mars' exhibition in 2019.


The Sensorial Gym was one of the four other participatory experiences proposed during this afternoon of workshop.









MATERIAL FUTURES x The Design Museum

COLLABORATORS:

︎︎︎ MOLLY BONNELL
︎︎︎ FLORENCE SCHNEIDER
︎︎︎ LARS DITTRICH
︎︎︎ VALERIE EPPING
︎︎︎ QUIYANG JIN
︎︎︎ ALISA RUZAVINA





︎ ABOUT


Designer and Creative Researcher recently graduated from the MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, my work investigates the digital realm as a tool to address today’s social inequities and create solutions for a more sustainable everyday life.

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EXHIBITIONS


London Design Museum - Moving to Mars
Material Futures Graduation show

︎ ABOUT


Designer Researcher and Visual Storyteller 
investigating the digital realm as a tool to address today’s social inequities and create solutions for a more sustainable everyday life.