Industrial Design Visual Communication Animation Design Interaction Design Mobility and Vehicle Design
Snigdha Banerjee
M.Des Animation
BFA Fine Art
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Guided By Prof. Nina Sabnani

‘Bunot’ is a Bengali word which means ‘tightly knitted’. Here it represents an elderly woman who has selflessly devoted all her life towards another life, that is, of her son.

The story showcases an undying hope and an unwavering belief of seeing her son again.


  Riddhi Ranade
Manisha Swarnkar
Amol Thakur
Tanushree Paul
Vaishnavi Bangar
Pratigya Beniwal
Abhishek Verma
Vinit Masram
Shyam Wanare
Ashwin Vasudevan
Vidushi Yadav
Govind Janardhanan
Snigdha Banerjee
A mother, who is confined to a room, has extended conversations with her own self which leads to the construction of a future event. It is her hope to meet her son who she considers to be overtaken with a busy life circling around family and office work. Knitting brings back to her all the memories of her son and her struggle to raise him. What had been her responsibility for her family is now reminiscence. The subjective view of this woman encompasses her plight of being alone and the prejudices that she is facing from her son. The talks are quite objective as these are her conversations with herself. The distinct metaphors in the narration are the milestones of her identification with her son and his life.  
Design and Degree Show 2014