Pei-San Ng


Scantron Art: re·cur·sive

re·cur·sive definition:
- characterized by recurrence or repetition, in particular.
- relating to or involving the repeated application of a rule, definition, or procedure to successive results
- relating to or involving a program or routine of which a part requires the application of the whole, so that its explicit interpretation requires in general many successive executions. (Taken from Google search definition).

For years and years, students were taught cursive.  The use of pens and pencils to form flowing scripted letters. Now, it’s being dropped in the school’s curriculum.  They are taught to fill in perfect little circles instead.

Medium: Scantron and #2 Pencil

connect [ ] ED is an exhibition which takes a look at learning, school, and education through the lens of art. Chicago Art Department, May 9-23, 2014