The 10th grade students were asked to explore the ‘anatomy of a cube’ in an architecture/sculpture project through examining the relationship between form and space in a series of experimental and investigative drawings and models, then initiate and develop an original idea with the final work being in a media of their choice.
“When we were told to use our imagination with nothing but a cube, an idea emerged to me, “says Matilda. “The other day I happened to see a stop motion video which caught my attention. It was in perfect time for the creative project we had been assigned. The moment I arrived home from school, I started planning. It was not hard work at all, since I was doing something I really loved. After about a week of filming and editing into the night, my project was complete. My hard work and dedication has paid off!”