The project is called Monument to an Insignificant Activity. Students in Art 106 Design Methods were asked to observe the activities of UWGB students in certain locations throughout campus and consider the very subtle ways in which the space affected the way people behaved. In groups, Design Method students created large scale, representational, monuments to the seemingly insignificant activities that they observed. The purpose of this project is to consider the relationship between the design of a space and the human activities (and interactivities) that occur as a result of that design. Professor Alison Stehlik leads the class.
— Photos by Lindsey Przybylski, student photographer, Office of Marketing and University Communication