Collaborative Hybrid 1
Summer 2011
by Carolyn Aler & Lindsey Culpepper
Carolyn's research was on community involvement and its relation to one's proximity to a place (participator vs. observer).

Lindsey's research was on makeshift adjustments to the built environment and the durability and level of skill required to make such adjustments.

To combine our interests we decided to create two viewfinders that facilitate watching others. The viewfinders were to be makeshift, using salvaged materials. One viewfinder was to be a conspicuous way of watching someone who wants to be noticed. The other was to be an inconspicuous way of watching someone who wants to be overlooked.