How to relate to a mythical creature, FLOW festival

Myth meeting August 12 2016

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The Minotaur is spending time at the amazing FLOW festival! The best way to relate to this mythical creature is to join him in a game. Today the Minotaur is drawing labyrinths all over the FLOW territory.  Track down 3 labyrinths and take a selfie with them, and the Minotaur will reward you with a price.

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Myth meeting May 19

Time: 8.30 – 9.30
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Thank you Sakari Kiuru for making this wonderful photo of Tuminongnong:_DSC4026_B

Today we could enjoy a lovely drink after the myth meeting, given to us as a thank you by one of our spectators!

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Myth meeting May 18

Time: 8.30 – 9.30
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The Minotaur had a suitcase full of candy today. Tuminongnong handed out coffee, but nobody wanted to accept his tempting offer…

 

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Myth Meeting May 17

Time: 8.30 – 9.30
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The sun was up as the myths appeared today. Must have been a pleasant day for them as well: they built small installations and gave out some candies.

As for the passers-by, the task was to document the kind of gazes and reaction they (passers-by) gave to the entities. Adjective were utilized as qualitative data.

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Myth Meeting May 16

Time: 8.30 – 9.30
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Today was drizzling. Good thing the mythical entities still appeared. The task was to  count the gazes the entities (and the Researcher, as well) got from the people passers-by. Gazes are counted even if people don’t necessarily react to the entities but as long as the Researcher perceived that the passer-by has the mythical creature inside his/or her eye span.

The Minotaur – 164 gazes

The  Tuminongnong – 96 gazes

-Notes for today, The Researchers