Performance: Woven Topographies

In collaboration with Classical Guitarist, late Robert Bluestone, and weaver Rebecca Bluestone and Dustin Headley, the ARCH598: Design Thinking and Innovation Methods course students designed and developed an installation that turned the Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning building into a musical loom. The Bell Tower of the university with the musical instrument Carillon was incorporated into the event via live television link. Multi-colored yarn was woven into a fabric that is four-stories tall. A thousand paper planes were then released as a climactic event. The planes bore writings of many Ball State Cardinals. The news item could be found here.

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