While visiting last the Free Range Photography Show at The Truman Brewery, we came across the incredible photography series ISO 6385 by Robert Ducrow, who recently graduated from a BA in Contemporary Photography at UCA Rochester.
The name of this series is one of the ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) established and fundamental principles of ergonomics. The code ‘6385’ takes into consideration the social, technical and human requirements during the manufacture of working systems such as an office space, where all these items must be taken into consideration when this space is being built.
Ducrow based this series on his personal interpretation to architecture and is here to question the usability and the architectural understanding of ergonomics. Toying with the code ISO 6385, he asks us how does a design or system become obsolete from what it was set out to achieve.


ISO 6385, Photography, Robert Ducrow, UCA Rochester, Volt Graduates,