PART ONE | the task roulette:
MAKE A HUMAN PYRAMID. TAKE A GUITAR LESSON.
- USE A HULA HOOP AND A BABY POOL FILLED WITH BUBBLES TO MAKE GIGANTIC BUBBLES.
PART TWO | how I solved it:
+ 6 rows and 6 columns table with a cell of 4 units height and 4 units width,
+ 7 units from the top edge; horizontally centred.
+ Each cell corresponds to one of my 36 attempts to create soap bubbles per drawing.
+ Instead of a baby pool and a hula hoop I used a self-made bubble wand as well as bubble solution, and counting how many bubbles I am able to create with a single soak and wave of my wand through the air: none, one or more than one.
+ STARTING with the upper left, and working across to the right, each cell is marked accordingly: if no bubbles occur the cell stays blank, if one bubble is created there is a small black square of 2 by 2 units in the middle of the cell, and if more than just one bubbles are created the cell is painted black.
PART THREE | few samples: