Art is a fluid process; always changing forms and letting new ideas emerge. Our cardboard lounge piece has evolved over the past weeks with adjustments made during each class. Although this may seem like a frustrating process, it has undoubtedly inspired us to utilize our problem solving skills. We are applying ourselves in a new way that relates to three dimensional design and construction.
On day six we implemented the suggestions made by the curators of the New Children's Museum. We chose to cut deeper angles off the edge to create greater sense of visual interest and proportionality.
Here is a look of the cross-sectional structure of the tunnel:
Finally, we have the supplies and cut out to make the 1/4 scale model, based after our full scale tunnel:
By, Jennifer Shipley