Spare Biscuits! Phase 3

Review Reflection

Layer cake vs marble cake analogy: chocolate is still chocolate and vanilla is still vanilla, how can I begin to scramble the program at a more genetic scale, so that everyone responds differently to this unique flavor?

Doug Jackson provided me an example of parkour–where the rules are prescribed by a city, and the play comes through creatively engaging buildings not for their prescribed use. Dale Clifford had another example of children playing: they get rules, but might change the rules and create new ones over time.

Sectionally, how can this be even MORE PLAYFUL? The program spikes are scripted, which counters my idea of play as a form of creative discovery. I need to make this more of a toy that catalyzes on new performances.

Moving forward, I need to find a balance between program that is prescribed and program directed towards chance reaction.

 

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