The dual purpose theme for Expressions From Englewood VI is “Revising…the Present.”
The first option, “Revising,” asked that Expressionists think about an event in their personal history, or an event in world history, that they would like to personally enter and revise. They were to enter this event and show what they would change. The second option, “…the Present,”asked that Expressionists create a device that would make their lives, and/or the lives of others, easier. They were to describe how this device would look and what good it would bring to the world.
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