In a Piccle
Making art was the first thing that came to mind.
Drawing seemed like the best way to tap into the creative expression, but instead of spending hours trying and failing to create a drawing, I could break up the drawing into 100 smaller pieces for 100 people to do.
That way, there’s no pressure to be perfect, it’s anonymous, and there’s a much shorter time commitment because no single contribution has to be perfect.
The emotional and aesthetic attraction is in the primitive and random aggregation, the sum of unpolished parts.