Project: Create four dynamic situations that actually disperse energy. Each situation disperses energy at a distinct rate ranging from very quickly to very slowly.

It is commonly known that energy changes form and never disappears.

Project: Create four dynamic situations that actually disperse energy. Each situation disperses energy at a distinct rate ranging from very quickly to very slowly. Consider, for example, dropping rocks, bursting balloons, rusting iron, burning paper, incorporating the action of fungi on dead organic matter, etc.

Research / Discussion:  Describe how Beuys, Gelitin, and Haapoja transform the revulsion that commonly accompanies the energy dispersal associated with deterioration of organic matter. Explain your personal response to the energy-dispersing works of art by each artist.