This is where we will post ideas for the installation of the children's work at the Subak Museum.

The space
The museum has given us the use of a large empty room directly above the museum. We can also use other spaces in and around the museum.
This idea is for the big room.

What we need to install
The children have made 210 coconut bowls in honour of the Subak. They have also produced 210 detailed drawings of artefacts observed in the Subak Museum. A photographer took a photograph of each of the children holding their coconut bowl.

Key concepts we are working with
We chose 210 as a significant number because there are 210 days in the Balinese calendar. The traditional rice growing cycles of the Subak align with the Balinese calendar. When rice farmers are told to produce more rice in a shorter space of time then the symbiotic and organically sustainable relationship between the rice cycle and calendar is broken.

Presenting the bowls
We want to present the bowls both aesthetically as well as respectfully. We want to make reference to the calendar and incorporate some of the icons related to it. The reading of a calendar involves three components: the wooden rectangle with 210 squares lined up in 30 rows of 7, the star shape on the round plate, and the paper charts with auspicious signs on them.
210 days

We want to lift the bowls off the floor in a gesture of respect.
This would involve a table of some kind.