The workshop was held on October 9th and investigated the taking
It’s the outlet that routes power to a handful of electronics without which life simply wouldn’t be what it is. Her discretion usually makes her go unnoticed in a room; functional as it is, it is only lacking when it is not there to supply our electronic devices. With the conduits that lead to the sockets, it would even be possible to create an analogy with the veins of a “house body”.
They – the shots – jokingly associated with the pig’s snout, respond for part of the strategic thinking applied in the construction of a property. Imagine yourself, a room without an outlet. The colloquial language would say that it is a “room without power” or a “room without light”; two expressions that denote the vitality of an environment.
Moving on to other aspects, it is worth talking about the current that passes through the socket, about accidents with appliances connected to the wrong voltage, the shocks and the necessary precautions when in front of them.
_Check part of the productions carried out during the workshop:
Images: MCB Educational Disclosure
About the MCB Educational
The Educational MCB proposes practices that articulate looking, doing and thinking so that visitors can assume the role of researchers, researching the contents that the museum offers in a contemporary perspective. The idea is to create challenges for participants in educational activities to raise questions from their own experiences and discover new meanings in relating the visit to the MCB with their lives.
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