Sorry Project (UPDATED)
We cut the word "SORRY" today with the CNC Router. We are going to paint the letters white and then start photographing the word in the environment to explore ideas of context.
The CNC Router in action:
Here are some photos of the words after they were painted white (the color of surrender)
and put into context:
These images are desolate and capture a place once full of vitality and hopefulness. We placed it in a pile of tree shavings from what was once a large tree. Another example of loss and something being forgotten and discarded. We as a group decided that women in general apologize way too often. The amount is monumental, hence the castle. The color is white representing surrender. Saying sorry excessively and unnecessarily is a monumental problem.
Here is our installation in the hallway: