PART ONE | the task roulette:
CUT THE BOTTOM OUT OF A CARDBOARD BOX AND FIX IT TO A TREE. PLAY BASKETBALL. HAVE A DOG WASH AND SPLIT THE MONEY.
- PLAY HIDE AND SEEK IN THE WOODS AT NIGHT.
PART TWO | how I solved it:
+ 4 rows and 2 columns table with a cell of 9 units height and 9 units width. Centred.
+ Each cell represents one of the 8 rounds of the designed game I played for the drawing or book; and is furthermore divided into a smaller table of 3 rows and 3 columns with a cell of 3 units height and 3 units width, to correspond to the actual grid of the individual game.
This task inspired me to create a “find the ball” game:
+ From 9 cans used for the game, 5 were marked with a black dot/ball on the bottom, 4 were left empty.
+ While facing down the cans were mixed and arranged in 3 rows.
+ I had 5 trials to find the 5 balls.
+ TO define the structure of the drawing the cells of the base-grid were randomly numbered with numbers from 1 to 8 using the sequence generator at http://www.random.org
+ For a found ball the cell is painted black, for the missed ones a small black square of 1 by 1 unit is drawn in the middle of the cell.
PART THREE | the image: