My final Chapman University class is proving, thus far, to be a vast change from any other class I've taken here. Titled "Finding, Doing, Mapping" the course is basically an experiment in awareness, and interpreting the world around us in as unique a way possible. This means that my homework is to photograph interesting things, document where I find them, and then create a work of art based on this information. Today we were sent into a salvage yard a couple blocks away from campus where I discovered this amazing aqua chandelier, priced at $5,000. A beautifully rusted door, and a painting that makes me think of Nazi propaganda; I love this class.