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Identify a perceptual trick and trace examples of its effects and use in (media) artwork.
Manipulate a system or technical process to produce an outcome or effect that someone might struggle to explain.
Go to a Museum and spend time with at least one work of art. The Carnegie Museum of Art is free to CMU students and open every day except Tuesday: see http://www.cmoa.org/visit/
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Wow! This project is so cool!
Hello, please provide any feedback as you want.
It seems like you're drawing inspiration from the paper leaves hanging from the ceiling. This uses the same material, paper, to give the material in bulk a new form. I wonder what the significance will be of a giant paper dragon hanging from the ceiling. Also, swaying it in some manner, by hand or using a vent, and projecting lights of different color are interesting options to explore.
This is a great educational goal for an artistic project. The ukulele is also an unconventional instrument to use to attempt to teach the topic. Projection mapping seems like a technology that will grab a child's attention and foster an unprecedented appreciated for both tech and the instrument and learning about music while playing music.
I like your idea a lot, and I agree that combining pictures of various spots in CMU with different art styles is really cool. I would recommend surrealism artists like Magritte, Dali, and Escher. You can even play with the idea of time and infinite space if you have enough time. I look forward to your outcome, good job!
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