GSA Associates: Glasgow Clyde College

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Students identified two waste materials from everyday life, one natural and one constructed. They created an illustrated biography for each material, including place of birth, method of creation, material characteristics, etc. They then selected one material to celebrate by using the material in a new and surprising way to make or propose a new use.

Students were invited to research making techniques to highlight the qualities of the material both in form and use, and to consider how much human intervention should control the final outcome and how much the material or other non-human factors might affect it.


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