PART ONE | the task roulette:
GO TO A HIGH END FURNITURE STORE AND DREAM. HAVE A SÉANCE.
- COUNT ALL THE CHANGE THAT YOU HAVE IN YOUR COIN BANK.
PART TWO | how I solved it:
+ 20 rows and 14 columns table with a cell of 2 units height and 2 units width.
(This grid actually covers the whole page of the notebook I am using for the project).
+ The grid used in the book was proportionally transcribed onto a sheet of A3 paper, and attached to a flat surface (to the ground). Then I opened my wallet and let the coins fall onto the surface. (Same amount of coins, same height, and a same position was used for each book; at least I tried my best).
+ The coins rolling out the grid-paper were not considered for the final drawing.
+ The drawing is showing the final position of dropped coins within the used grid; each cell that is touched by a coin is painted black.
PART THREE | few samples: