This idea was about public engagement. This concept aims to articulate our shared ideas and ideals. Visitors are encouraged to take a card to write or draw what they would like to make. They then hang the card on the board to share with others. Seeing the ideas of others and being able to identify with their way of thinking can help to move us away from the scenario of manufactured differences. My role is to frame the activity, then hand over the creative process. This is a dynamic of allowing things to happen rather than determining an outcome. I’m asking people to stop and take time out to think. There were 62 responses to the blank make cards that were distributed around Point Lookout.
In June 2013 I ran two Kids Land Art workshops. As an Artist in Residence I constructed a Contemplation Cave out of Pandanus leaves.