All MIC students across all ages are participating in this project during 2019, staged in groups.
Participants in the project carry around a Billycan with a pen suspended over paper inside. It is designed to capture everyday movements as pen strokes. The drawings created are all unique and the process of creating them – through simple actions such as going for a walk – provides accessible and inclusive opportunities for conversation, thinking, connection and reflection in the natural environment.
The project will culminate in a whole school shared artwork to which everyone contributes (equally). The project is a chance to think about the things we have in common with each other and the things that make us unique, in the context of our broader rights and responsibilities as humans. The project mixes up ‘low tech’ and ‘high tech’ elements.
The digital exhibition is on 23 August 2019 and will be part of the Education Summit and Horizon Festival.