During the class of week 2 we explored the tension of being stuck together, and how to function as one. Saran-wrap which may seem weak and thin was able to restrain the movement and breakage from the force of the bodies wrapped in it.
During this experiment, we got to experience the durability of the cling wrap. We were wrapped together by our classmates and we felt the need to ‘interact’ with each other as the cling wrap brought us closer together.
It’s interesting how a simple household item can bring people together in an unprecedented manner.
We used a few rolls of plastic wrap to do something different.
Visual perception is the ability to interpret the surrounding environment by processing information that is contained in visible light. The resulting perception is also known as eyesight, sight, or vision .
The class was separated into two. The Wrappers and the wrapped. It was interesting to how we used Clingwrap differently for this exercise, wrapping ourselves together versus the usual wrapping of food.
Tension was then introduced in the later part of the exercise, where we were forced to stand closer to one another in order for this element of tension to be Read more →
Our class also did one of these experiment together and we tried to display tension, so all of us cluttered together and let our friends wrap us in cling wrap and then we started to lean outwards to show tension. However, I think we were still very used to how cling wraps are being used…to wrap stuff. I felt that Read more →
We had to interact with a bottle. But we had to think of ways to detach the meaning of interaction that we have learnt so far. Learning to think like a child helped us to think of new ways to attach meaning to a object.
A short exercise in class where we were given a chosen object and asked to interact with it. It’s interesting to see how everyone interacted with the objects without being told what specifically to do, and for most cases, it was instinctive.
Here’s me and Cindy interacting with a wallet.