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a work in progress:



You are a curriculum for everyone you meet.
Everyone you meet is a curriculum for you.

This installation is a reflection on a version of these statements first posed by educational philosopher and curriculum theorist William H. Schubert, at the end of his 1986 textbook called Curriculum: Perspective, Paradigm, Possibility.

You are a curriculum for everyone you meet.
Everyone you meet is a curriculum for you.

This metaphor points to much more than the idea that we “teach” people and people “teach” us. This means that we each contain a complex set of knowledges and our interaction with others is a rich confluence of seen and unseen interactivity with surprises that may redirect our course in unexpected ways.

You are a curriculum for everyone you meet.  Everyone you meet is a curriculum for you.
You are a curriculum for everyone you meet. Everyone you meet is a curriculum for you.
limited edition archival inkjet on paper
2" x 3.5"
2013