Follow	  the	  ribbon.	  
 	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  Instruc)ons:	  	  	  •  I	  slice	  my	  morning	  fruit.	  Count	  the	  seeds	  in	  my	  orang...
                                                	                                                 	                       ...
 I	  travel	  5km	  from	  home	  base	  in	  any	  random	  direcKon	  looking	  for	        discarded	  objects,	  momen...
Images	  that	  connect	  us	  with	              FAMILY.	  
 We	  are	  five.	  
We	  are	  three.	  
We	  hunt,	  we	  gather.	  
We	  hoard,	  we	  harbour,	  we	  hold	  on	  Kght.	  
 We	  shaOer,	  we	  break.	  
 We	  eat	  to	  so	  we	  don’t	  have	  to	  speak.	  
We	  write	  too	  oPen	  or	  not	  at	  all.	  
We	  remember	  our	  youth.	  
 	  	  We	  love	  despite.	  
We	  grow	  old	  together.	  
We	  are	  liOle	  girls	  grown	  up.	  
                 …Where	  did	  she	  go?	  	                                   	  Why	  did	  she	  lose	  her	  ribbon?	...
MeKssage	  by	  Mademoiselle	  Maurice	                                             	     Exploring	  the	  use	  of	  rib...
Me#isage	  is	  a	  street	  project	  by	  French	  arKst	  Mademoiselle	  Maurice.	  Dressing	  ciKes	  and	  making	  s...
Are	  ribbons	  more	  significant	  dependent	  on	  their	  placement?	  Do	    they	  change	  the	  meaning	  of	  an	 ...
Experiment:	  tying	  ribbons	  around	  different	  objects.	  What	  does	  it	  mean	    now?	  What	  did	  it	  mean	 ...
Is	  this	  sKll	  rubbish?	  
Is	  this	  a	  present	  or	  a	  piece	  of	  fruit?	  
                                 	    Ribbons	  are	  just	  lines.	  When	  does	  a	                 line	  become	  a	 ...
Lines	  that	  tell	  us	  where	  we	  are.	  
                      	                       	   What	  do	  different	  lines	  mean?	                       	  Data	  co...
Lines	  that	  tell	  us	  who.	  
Lines	  that	  lead.	  
Lines	  that	  swirl	  for	  no	  good	  reason.	  
Lines	  that	  crack	  and	  show	  the	  Kme.	  
Lines	  that	  contain	  and	  communicate.	  
Lines	  that	  support.	  
Lines	  that	  scramble.	  
Lines	  that	  grow.	  
Lines	  that	  show	  the	  way.	  
Lines	  that	  divide	  the	  sky.	  
Lines	  in	  nature.	  
 Lines	  that	  keep	  things	  in.	  
Lines	  that	  keep	  things	  out.	  
Lines	  that	  are	  wriOen.	  
When	  do	  lines	  cease	  to	  be	  lines?	   When	  do	  they	  become	  something	               else?	  They	  are	  ...
Pencil	  Drawing:	  Jennah	  Porter	                                                     	  ExperimenKng	  with	  lines.	 ...
Ink	  drawing:	  Jennah	  Porter	                                                     	   Are	  these	  lines	  or	  bows?...
 The	  rock	  is	  pink	  because	  we	  say	  it	  is.	  	  Rocks	  don’t	  move	  but	  this	  one	  does.	  
                            	                             	                             	  Are	  objects	  limited	  by	  ...
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Firsts experimental research report.

  1. 1. Follow  the  ribbon.  
  2. 2.                  Instruc)ons:      •  I  slice  my  morning  fruit.  Count  the  seeds  in  my  oranges.   Count  the  seeds  in  my  strawberries.  Count  the  seeds  in  my   kiwi  fruit.  Count  the  seeds  in  my  peach.  Add  the  numbers   together  =  64  and  divide  by  my  lucky  number,  16  =  4.  
  3. 3.             The  local  morning  paper  arrives  on  my  doorstep.  I  use  the  randomly  selected  number  to  isolate  a  word  in  today’s  headline.   The  number  is  4  and  the  word  is  ‘FAMILY’.  (insert  image  of   newspaper  here)    
  4. 4.  I  travel  5km  from  home  base  in  any  random  direcKon  looking  for   discarded  objects,  moments,  people,  thoughts  or  sounds  that   remind  me  of  this  word.    
  5. 5. Images  that  connect  us  with   FAMILY.  
  6. 6.  We  are  five.  
  7. 7. We  are  three.  
  8. 8. We  hunt,  we  gather.  
  9. 9. We  hoard,  we  harbour,  we  hold  on  Kght.  
  10. 10.  We  shaOer,  we  break.  
  11. 11.  We  eat  to  so  we  don’t  have  to  speak.  
  12. 12. We  write  too  oPen  or  not  at  all.  
  13. 13. We  remember  our  youth.  
  14. 14.      We  love  despite.  
  15. 15. We  grow  old  together.  
  16. 16. We  are  liOle  girls  grown  up.  
  17. 17.   …Where  did  she  go?      Why  did  she  lose  her  ribbon?  Why  was  it  placed  so  perfectly  for  me  to  find?  It   was  like  finding  a  piece  of  myself  on   the  footpath.  I  stopped  suddenly   because  it  reminded  me  of  so  many   things.  The  hundreds  of  bows  Ked  in   my  hair.  Where  did  they  all  go?    
  18. 18. MeKssage  by  Mademoiselle  Maurice     Exploring  the  use  of  ribbons  in  art.  The  placement  of  the  ribbon  defines  its  purpose.  Different  ribbons  signify  different   things.  
  19. 19. Me#isage  is  a  street  project  by  French  arKst  Mademoiselle  Maurice.  Dressing  ciKes  and  making  street  art  with  ribbons.  In   this  context  they  serve  as  a  decoraKve  contrast  to  the  grey   street  exterior.  
  20. 20. Are  ribbons  more  significant  dependent  on  their  placement?  Do   they  change  the  meaning  of  an   object?  
  21. 21. Experiment:  tying  ribbons  around  different  objects.  What  does  it  mean   now?  What  did  it  mean  before?  
  22. 22. Is  this  sKll  rubbish?  
  23. 23. Is  this  a  present  or  a  piece  of  fruit?  
  24. 24.     Ribbons  are  just  lines.  When  does  a   line  become  a  ribbon?       Ribbons  are  just  lines  Ked  in  bows.  A  ribbon  becomes  a  bow  when  it  is  Ked.   A  bow  becomes  a  ribbon  when  it  is  unKed.  It’s  the  INTENTION  that  defines  what  is  ulKmately  the  same  thing….but   we  call  it  something  else.  
  25. 25. Lines  that  tell  us  where  we  are.  
  26. 26.       What  do  different  lines  mean?    Data  collecKon  from  the  random   locaKon  #2:  
  27. 27. Lines  that  tell  us  who.  
  28. 28. Lines  that  lead.  
  29. 29. Lines  that  swirl  for  no  good  reason.  
  30. 30. Lines  that  crack  and  show  the  Kme.  
  31. 31. Lines  that  contain  and  communicate.  
  32. 32. Lines  that  support.  
  33. 33. Lines  that  scramble.  
  34. 34. Lines  that  grow.  
  35. 35. Lines  that  show  the  way.  
  36. 36. Lines  that  divide  the  sky.  
  37. 37. Lines  in  nature.  
  38. 38.  Lines  that  keep  things  in.  
  39. 39. Lines  that  keep  things  out.  
  40. 40. Lines  that  are  wriOen.  
  41. 41. When  do  lines  cease  to  be  lines?   When  do  they  become  something   else?  They  are  sKll  lines.    Is  a  ribbon  a  ribbon  or  is  a  ribbon  a   line?  Or  both?  
  42. 42. Pencil  Drawing:  Jennah  Porter    ExperimenKng  with  lines.  Do  we  see  ribbons  or  lines?  It’s  a   maOer  of  percepKon.  
  43. 43. Ink  drawing:  Jennah  Porter     Are  these  lines  or  bows?  Are  objects  defined  only  by  the  names   we  give  them?  “  A  rose  by  any  other  name  would  smell  as  sweet:”  Shakespeare.    
  44. 44.  The  rock  is  pink  because  we  say  it  is.    Rocks  don’t  move  but  this  one  does.  
  45. 45.        Are  objects  limited  by  our  percepKon   and  the  names  we  give  them  or  are   they  capable  of  defying  that?  

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