Over the semester, puzzling my 4 perennial classmates, I have been collecting the separator sheets that come with the tutors’ packages. That and PBL cover sheets. In case you haven’t noticed, a colour-lover has been in charge of printing and has been feeding us a lovely array of hues. Well, I finally collected enough and went out today to the Burnaby Fraser Foreshore Park to use my paper in a reverse collage plein air of a playground. I value the process more than the work, so I’m attaching some process ‘pics (see me dressed all professionally and doctor-like). In case you’re wondering how I made it, I’ll give you a hint: there was repositionable spray adhesive and a lot of ripping involved.
I find an inspiring NGD-narrative in the image, as children find growth through play (a healthy, solid tree emerging from the playground). Compositionally, I chose the image because of the contrast between architectural shapes and the organic possibilities of the tree.
What have you done with your PBL paper?