The Soap’s Packaging: The use of “slip-up” in intonation dialect to create “real” depth meaning

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The Soap’s Packaging: The use of “slip-up” in intonation dialect to create “real” depth meaning
Art notes: for the FVP
The Death Project Art for The Death Project
tags: trauma recovery, ” real” wealth building
date: 81516

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(to see recent images of this described art, see:

https://voicethread.com/myvoice/#thread/8018255/44704425/45325633

or slides 109 through 113)

theme: “mary poppins” / smog
theme citation: mary poppins the movie as used to be available on television or through cited: vhs
(part one.)
In a sink,
in soap water, clean out paper remnants from meal packaging
my example as cited: is taco bell meal packaging
leave soaking in soap water solution for at least a couple of days, particularly if some of the packaging is harder cardboard, as in of thicker texture.
(take photograph.)

(part two.)
have hot bathwater waiting nearby if possibly to humidize the whole thing.

(part three.)
add corn flour or whatever (flour) is available to the solution in the sink.

(part four.)
start structuring further to add strength to the art object (with your hands and flour solution).
added napkins soaked in the solution over the the several layers of food packaging soaked paper remnants
and also added cited: clorox sheets

(part five.)
at some point propped the piece/art object at this stage upon three glass tools:
two glasses and an empty jar.

(phot-graph)
theme: flowers, water
theme music (citation): simple song, the shins as cited/heard on: kscu on 81416 or was it 81316 &
cry me a river / justin timberlake (both, again?)

voice, notes:

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