I believe that active use of school context and the loaction of eventual installations will make better installations that are more engaging to the public. It would also set some boundaries that will help us focus since it's less than 3 weeks left in the project.
Some recurring comments that is mentioned is that it would be cool to make something big, or at least feels big. Since the budget is tiny we need to do some hacks to
make this work. Think hard on how we can make big things in a cheap way.
Here are some tools that cheaply can make things bigger (or appear so):
Baloons - (to fill space and can be projected on)
Fabrics - (to divide space and can be projected on)
Wires, pipes and tubings (add complexity where there is none ;)
Wind? (Fans etc)
and if anyone have access to more projectors and or other screens it would be great!