#WALESLAB Day 1 of the DIY Manual for Falling in Love with Objects

Phew!

A busy start to my Waleslab project, we watched films, created new narratives, ditched those narratives and watched films again. I wrote a love letter to an object I may never see again and imagined just for  a moment that I was seeing it again. We went in circles, on tangents, in lines. I met an ashtray I couldn't touch and felt guilty, it didn't choose it's purpose. I met a delightful milk jug I felt I was made to touch, I'm hoping it will be there again tomorrow.

I think we got somewhere interesting, I can see it in my peripheral vision - just on the edge. 

Looks like Sunday's sharing at MADE is full but watch this space for news on other sharings coming soon.

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Comment by Kate Lawrence on May 25, 2015 at 14:06

Hi Heloise.  Please keep me posted about future sharings, I'd love to come to one.

Comment by Ailsa Richardson on May 14, 2015 at 19:54

love the trailer! xx good to hear your sharing is full though sorry I'll miss it! xxx

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