Grade One students at the Mabin School have been immersed in a multidisciplinary study about the brain. This sculpture documents the knowledge they acquired over the year. The lobes have been painted and collaged to represent their function. The right side is crazy and creative, whereas the left is ordered and mathematical. The parietal lobe takes inspiration from maps because it is responsible for spatial sense and navigation. To represent neurons and connections throughout the brain, they used wire, Sculpey and beads.