- We all have played the game of telephone: The first player whispers a phrase or sentence to the next player. Each player successively whispers what that player believes he or she heard to the next. The last player announces the statement to the entire group. Errors typically accumulate in the retellings, so the statement announced by the last player differs significantly, and often amusingly, from the one uttered by the first. We decided to play the game visually. Each player created an art piece, based on a topic they themselves found interesting or significant. They then handed the piece to the next person, without telling them any specifics about the subject matter. The next person interpreted the piece, solely based on its visual form and message. This chain created a whole new story and some interesting results.
A MyORB Project
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A man is sitting on a chair.
He is dressed in black.
You cannot see his face under the black mask.
His neck is chained to the chair.There is a box with objects on the floor to his right.
He picks up the fork and motions to eat.He puts the plate and fork back on the table.
He picks up the bottle and motions to drink.He places the bottle back on the table.
He reaches into his pants and jerks off.
He picks up the credit card and motions to pay.He puts the credit card back.
He does this 365 times.