The final of the Design’s Museum’s four Designers in Residence for 2014 is Patrick Stevenson-Keating. From its base in south-east London, Patrick’s collaborative design group Studio PSK works “on the changing landscapes within technology, design, science and society.” His work for the Designers in Residence exhibition rethinks our relationship with money, and in particular how we might address the fundamental disconnection from financial transactions we suffer in the digital era.
This is the film we made when we went into Patrick’s studio in the run-up to the show, to meet him and hear how his ideas were coming together.
Designers in Residence at the Design Museum runs until 8 March 2015.
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