Working from film synopsis, authored by and Kular and Toran, objects were designed for the MacGuffin Library.

A term attributed to Hitchcock the MacGuffin is a cinematic plot device, usually an object, that serves to set and keep the story in motion despite lacking intrinsic importance. For this project, the MacGuffin is seen as a unique object typology, existing within the constraints of cinema, and defined in shape and function to achieve the singular purpose of driving a filmic narrative.

For Onkar Kular and Noam Toran
Exhibited at Somerset House, London. 2008
Photographs by Sylvain Deleu