This week, we shared current issues that create conflict, anxiety or anger within us. We articulated them the best we could and referenced them in black sharpie on our 1980’s terrycloth wristbands and headbands. Then we released our intensity by pummeling 100 pounds of clay for almost an hour. (Of course we listened to Prince!) We pushed, pulled, punched, stomped, dug, revealed, and opened the clay. Our anger moved from our hearts to our bodies as we created sculptures that were not informed by aesthetic concerns. Rather the sculptures were artifacts of our actions. We call them conflict sculptures.