Looking differently

ArtScapers make space to take another perspective, to see the familiar in unfamiliar ways, and take on different ideas to guide thinking. They find ways to take on a different point of view. Looking differently is a conscious action to make the familiar strange. Intentionally changing scale, dimensions, direction, orientation. Viewing from a new angle, challenging oneself to use our senses in a different way.

ArtScapers have explored looking differently by scaling things up, recycling yourself, tuning in to the sky and renaming.

"When I tried the activities I wasn’t so free in my thinking! That can make you feel a bit uncomfortable. I suppose because you think ‘oh I should be more creative’ and you know, as a teacher I should be more creative, but then I hear what the children say and it’s like ‘oh I want to be like that!’. You kind of learn from the kids as well"
Lisa, Year Three Teacher

Renaming

New names for found objects
New names for found objects

Recycling yourself

Unrecognisable, individual, diverse, colourful and inspirational
Unrecognisable, individual, diverse, colourful and inspirational

Scaling things up

Changing the scale to see things differently
Changing the scale to see things differently
Changing dimensions from stone into graphite
Changing dimensions from stone into graphite

Tuning into the sky

Thinking about the shared sky across the world

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