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THE STORY SO FAR

The Story So Far is a site-specific communication service offered to cultural establishments as a new method of telling their stories. With a unique history and pressing story to tell, Wilton’s, a Grade II* listed music hall in East London, is aiming to raise £2million for renovations. The Story So Far proposes to draw in new patrons, enticing them to fall in love with the establishment and show active support for their cause.

Participants are invited to unravel storytelling scrolls, made from vintage piano rolls which twist and turn through the building. The audience are guided through the footsteps of its forgotten heroes, while pianola music, recorded from the original rolls, transports them back to the hall’s heyday. The project is designed to coax people out of their screen-based slumbers, to explore a space in a very physical way and can be tailored for any environment, story or experience.

COLLABORATORS
Flavia D’Amico
Architect
Sonja Friedrich
Design & Marketing
Eva Liebenberg
Studio Photography
Jimmy Lloyd
Editor
Ed Payne
Web Developer
Jean Wong
Film & photography

AMY WALLACE

Amy is a designer who struggles to keep things on the page. Since 2011 she and her collaborators have created an exciting new visitor experience for the National Trust, rebuilt a bus stop in Palermo, created a giant painting machine for children with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and lent a hand to the V&A and the Museum of London. Amy believes in playful efficiency and getting jobs done and is forever dreaming up bonkers worlds and exciting new experiences.

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