An Experimental Workshop with Harvey Burns
Imagine being given this task. Before you is a shape of some sort and you cannot see beyond its surface. The object has a covering which is pliable to various degrees in different areas. You’re told that there is a certain, silent activity within and that the shape itself might change at any moment. Your job is to sense and interpret the internal activity while permitting a change in the shape no matter how subtle or dramatic. How would you go about accomplishing this? How would you describe what you eventually came to sense? (Barrett Dorko)….
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