We’re in the middle of reviewing the submissions for Homework: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices!
Using the mail-merge function built into Word, we’re taking the csv file that our form builder wordpress plugin generated from all the Homework submissions and putting them into a readable document.
It’s 212 pages long.
We’re working through this as quickly as we can, but there’s so many incredible applications. Hopefully we’ll have word out about the selected participants in the next couple of weeks. Again, thank you to everyone who submitted!!
HOMEWORK: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.
Another Friday evening at Lebel with the crew in action — making letters stand up, cutting maps, interpreting law, and designing impossibilities.
Above, Michelle, Josh, and Mike Marcon discuss what materials will work best to line the extruded part of the plywood letters.
It was, in short, a great night.
Continue reading “BCL Report: March 4, 2011 (Design & Play)”
We spent Friday back at Lebel, reminding us of the meetings we used to have a couple years ago when all this was just starting up. Given the size of the school and the resources readily available (like tools, multiple desks, ample light), we split up into smaller groups to tackle some “next steps” for each project on the table.
First though, we watch parts of the interview that Michelle and Rosina did with Stephen Lynn for How to Forget the Border Completely.
Continue reading “BCL Report: February 24, 2011 (back to Lebel)”