[Robinson, Bryana] NJEIS Installation Art

Written Concept

The inspiration for the art work comes from the colors of PK and the colors of china. Also the art work has The Abbreviations of both are school. the letters are made of foam and can be moved around and played on.

Letter to the Mayor

Dear Dr. Hayes

My name is Bryana Robinson. I’m an 7th grade student at P.K. Yonge, I am designing a piece of installation art to represent the friendship between P.K and NJIES.

I’d like to propose a art piece that you can play on. ,It is approximately 11 feet high, 8.25 feet wide, and 8.25 long – just tall enough that a human being can go inside and play on it while remaining approachable. the letters in the play space can be moved around but they spell out NJEIS and PK with a star in the middle.

Ideally, the sculptures would be installed prominently in both At Pk and at NJEIS. The front circle in the open near the anchor is a great spot. The proposed location at NJEIS is yet to be determined. Please see the attached visualizations.

I hope my artwork will inspire Students at PK to learn about NJEIS.I hope that it will be a physical reminder of our friends with other schools. When someone looks at it, I hope they relies that even though we speak different languages, we may look different and we may live in different parts of the wold but we can still be friends . It will bring our schools closer together, it will celebrate our friendship, and more accessible to the people of PK and NJEIS.

Thank you for your consideration,

Bryana Robinson

Technical Sketch

PK Installation Views

NJEIS Installation Views

3D Model

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Budget and Materials List

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