While discussion, we got the another idea of printing sound waves and create another piece of tangible art as a ritual of art therapy. We visited the American Art Therapy Association website and saw the introduction video about what the art therapy is and how it works. The most impressive case we saw is the art therapy activity done for Japanese students who got a traumatic memory about the earthquake in 2011. The students collected dish and tile debris from the disaster scene and created artistic tiles with them.
We also came up with the idea of making sound waves as a smooth string and weave it as crochet clocks. Converting digital memories into another physical form that looks completely different, but aesthetically pleasant form resonates well with the basic concept of traditional art therapy.
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