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THE LIMINAL SPACE MUSEUM C2R2

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THE LIMINAL SPACE MUSEUM

 

 

 

The Liminal Space Museum is found deep beneath thieves market (the rundown, broken beauty where they all keep their secrets). You climb down a pink metal railing inside her long neck and float about the ever-changing masterpieces of her mind. She doesn’t call herself a ride, she’s an attraction. She’s been harassing me to change the map, but she also knows there’s no way I can get hold of Rose before next April. I understand her frustration, but she does like to start conflict. She’s always in some kind of argument with the art-makers and the ones who make the name tags for the pieces. 

RIDE OPERATOR: INKA: 

Inka she stormed out of the pages of ETERNAL INKA in a fury. Why, WHY had her best days not been chronicled and only the beginning of her story? She went on to achieve great fame after her storybook ended, so they say. Nonetheless she still paints paintings, here inside her lost museum. Her and her museum argue with each other from time to time but only because they secretly want to and no one else in Everything-World will give either of them the time of day. She DOES believe in artists, in a way no one yet can comprehend. She practices make-believe magic tricks with her question cards.

 

QUESTIONS OF THE LIMINAL SPACE MUSEUM

 

 

  • What is art, and what makes something a work of art?
  • Can art be anything, or are there specific rules for what counts as art?
  • How do artists decide what to create, and why do they make the choices they do?
  • Why do people enjoy looking at and creating art?
  • Can art be ugly and still be considered art? Why or why not?
  • What is the purpose of art in our lives and in society?
  • Can art be a way of telling a story or expressing an emotion?
  • How does art make you feel, and why do different people react to it in different ways?
  • Is there a difference between “good” art and “bad” art?
  • How do artists use colors, shapes, and lines to communicate their ideas?
  • Can everyday objects be turned into art? If so, how?
  • What role does imagination play in creating and appreciating art?
  • Can art change the way we see the world or think about certain issues?
  • Can art be a form of communication, like a language?
  • Do you think artists always have a clear message or meaning in their art?
  • How can we tell if an artwork is original or a copy of someone else’s work?
  • Can you learn about history or different cultures through art?
  • Are there any rules or limitations in art, or is it completely open to interpretation?
  • What is the relationship between the artist, the artwork, and the audience?
  • Can you imagine a world without art? What would it be like?

 

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