Visible CAPPA: Connect the Dots Installation
May 18, 2016
The newest Connect the Dots @ CAPPA piece was designed and installed by Professor Steven Quevedo, with assistance by graduate assistant Ikram Eloulid and Professor Heath MacDonald.
You are invited to Connect the Dots @ CAPPA
Each month, students may participate in co-creating CAPPA by connecting the dots of the new CAPPA installation on the piano nobile of our building.
Just form a team of 2 or more students and submit your names by email to Sara Abraham-Oxford (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Teams will be assigned months in the order received. Selected teams will install on the first day of the month and remove by the last day of the month.
You may -
Build within or upon it
Suspend from it
Project on it
Use the wall around it
And more . . .
(Though you may not apply paint or glue.)
Consider the experience you are creating -
How is the installation experienced from a distance? Close up?
How does it look in the daytime? In the evening?
Is it monumental, poetic, celebratory, beautiful, meaningful, provocative, pure folly, interactive, … ?
Does it invite us to linger?
Does it engage us?
Does it evoke a smile, a laugh, curiosity, wonder … ?
Student teams will include a small board including their names, project title, and brief descriptor.
Each project will be showcased on the CAPPA website and one will be selected annually by student vote to receive a cash award.