Thursday, October 25, 2012

Ideas for disrupting (NOT with the letters)

Blow horns
  1. Words raised up
  2. Person with blow horn behind platform
  3. Terrify innocent civilians
  4. Try not to give someone PTSD (or activate it)
  6. Run away quickly
  • strobe lights
  • pumpkin lights
  • christmas lights
  • NOT ON TRAFFIC SIGNS (we don't need to get arrested)
Wearing the words
  • Dance around disrupting classes and such
  • Stand in a group of people
  • Tie group together and walk down Wescoe beach
  • Just put "disrupt" next to the puppies/ tie puppies next to word
  • Everyone will be disrupted from the word disrupt
Not go to jail
  • Disrupt the disrupt project....

Disrupt music (not visual, but this is funny)

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Monday, October 22, 2012

Disrupting the cycle of pictures (and forgetfulness)

dis·rupt   [dis-ruhpt]
verb (used with object)
1. to cause disorder or turmoil in: The news disrupted their conference.
2. to destroy, usually temporarily, the normal continuance or unity of; interrupt: Telephone service was disrupted for hours.
3. to break apart: to disrupt a connection.

1650–60;  < Latin disruptus  (variant of dīruptus,  past participle of dīrumpere; dī- di-2  + rumpere  to break), equivalent to dis- dis-1  + rup-  break + -tus  past participle suffix

— vb
1. ( tr ) to throw into turmoil or disorder
2. ( tr ) to interrupt the progress of (a movement, meeting, etc)
3. to break or split (something) apart

[C17: from Latin disruptus  burst asunder, from dīrumpere  to dash to pieces, from dis- 1  + rumpere  to burst]