These photographs traces the movement of a class of people. We undertook several tasks from the classroom right to the heart of Melbourne city’s most busiest street (Swanston Street). These task requires team work to investigate the relationship between an individual and society. In class, we discussed about various issues such as public society, education, utopia. We discuss these issue through different objects. For example, a sliced book use as a door stopper, the plasticine we shape represents the experiences in our lives and the conclusion of utopia was it is unlikely to achieve. From there, Ceri lead us through the alley along Little Latrobe, we were given a piece of ‘land’ each and basket stool to sit on. Finally, we decided to have a change of environment and we moved in front of the State Library. By creating a ‘chair walk’, we were given all kinds of perception such as interest, discomfort, unpleasant looks and curiosity from the public society. Each person was given a chance to decide on different directions to take on and the ‘chair walk’ ended when we ended up in a circle.
P/S: The ‘chair walk’ reminded me of this game, the only thing was it doesn’t increase in length.