In November 2013 I have presented CaCO3 already in a video. This week, two of them – Aniko and Pavlos – were our guests here at school. The Terza (the top class) had the honor to work for 5 days with them in a workshop.
After an introduction to the technology and background information on the organic-looking work it was up to the students themselves to create one of the typical CaCO3 “Movimenti”. On 25 squares limestone tesserae were inclined which. Assembled on an area of 92 x 92 cm they form a circular movement: the “Movimento No. 55”.
There were many curious eyes of all classes present in the breaks to see the work proceeding. In the course itself all were excited to learn a completely new technology and get to know the two better. I very much hope CaCO3 will visit us again for such a great workshop!