Do you think you captured the content and aesthetics of the audio accurately? Is it recognizable as the original sound? What did you learn? What would you do differently?
My representation of the audio was relatively direct, and it wouldn't be too difficult to connect my work to the original piece. I wasn't initially sure how to capture the "aesthetic" of the song, but I felt that the fuzzy pipe cleaner was a good way of keeping the light-hearted nature of the song. If I'd had more materials or time available, I would have tried to paint a design onto the base as well to represent the song's tone. I learned that transforming something from audio form into a physical representation allows many different paths for creativity, and it was actually kind of difficult to commit to one idea. Perhaps with more time and more area/resources to work, it would be easier to blend together different ideas without it seeming too chaotic.
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