Wednesday, November 21, 2007


1.Explore time, change, metamorphosis and transience.

2.Understand why and how time changes us, physically and cognitively.

3.Use/ collect/ reproduce and manipulate objects that are left behind, metaphorically, conceptually and physically how we leave parts of ourselves behind through memory, ephemera, the imprint of life and the shells we eventually discard.

4.Document the passing of time, and the inevitability and importance of change.

5.Acknowledge the balance and fragility of an existence, and how change reminds us of this and reinforces it.

6.Investigate a place where a change occurs, e.g. within a chrysalis/cocoon, and regard them in another way from the typical association.

7.Be inspired by the structural form of an object; be able to manipulate and reconstruct/duplicate it.

1 comment:

Janice said...

I don't quite see where number 7 fits in.