10012009 Engrained Research

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  • 1. Engrained Research
  • 2. Concept
      • Using art to create awareness for your environment
      •   User generated art feels more personal and people are more likely to develop a stronger connection to art knowing they've had a hand in creating it.
      • Create a data visualization using tree rings to visualize carbon dioxide levels for the past 70yrs and 10 yrs into the future. 
  • 3. Tree Species
      • Select species of wood that is most abundant in a particular region (redwood - California, eucalyptus - Australia)
      • The most abundant type of tree
      • The specie of tree used to make paper
        • softwoods / spruce, fir, pine, hemlock
        • hardwoods / eucalyptus, aspen
      • tree that sequesters the most amount of co2
        • dependent on location
        • general rule of thumb
          • larger the tree, more co2 is soaks up
          • hardwoods over conifers
            • 2002 NYC survey chose Yellow Poplar
  • 4. Next Prototype / User participation
      • (Variant 1) Ask participant for their age
        • using pre made tree ring woodblock, I would stamp out their age on fine art paper
        • Edition the prints (limited number)
      • (Variant 2) Ask participant for their age
        • using pre made tree ring woodblock, I would instruct the participant on how to ink and print their own age on fine art paper
        • Edition the prints (limited number)
      • (Variant 3) Ask participant for their age
        • give them a premade editioned print based on their age