|One of the canvasses on display at the 2015 Venice Biennale, as part of Oscar Murillo's Frequencies Project. Photo courtesy of Frequenciesproject.net|
“What if I tell you that from now on you can write on your arm chairs? In fact you can draw on them, color it, do whatever you want using the canvasses we just installed? Would you like that?”, asks Frequencies Project head Clara Dublanc to a group of wide-eyed 5th grade Mano Amiga students.
“The only rule is, there are NO DESIGN RULES. All we want is for you to tell us what you’re thinking of and what you want to say, using these canvasses.”
|Clara Dublanc orienting the students about the Frequencies Project|
|Joshua Dave, a Science enthusiast, chose to draw the solar system on his canvas|
|Three months into the project, students are still constantly decorating their canvasses.|