My first thought was what a perfect theme as you can interpret it in so many ways. But then it is so hard too choose what to do…
A thought is to make an ordinary daily object huge.:
An example of a supersized less ordinary object is, the DNA-tower in Kings park, a microscopic small molecule represented as a remarkable landmark:
Basically every felt piece is micro/macro: The wool-top fibres are the micro and everything after that is the macro. The workshop with Marjolein Dallinga had Micro/macro elements in it by making smaller felt pieces and unite them in one bigger piece. If you make different sizes, whatever object or shape, you’re making something macro / micro. Not everything has to be big as in ‘huge’….
The photography of e.g. Richard Woldendorp is a good example going from macro to micro:
Colour is a big passion of mine.
You can also think of colours if you’re thinking about macro or micro. For everyone a ‘macro’ or ‘micro’ colour is different, because colours give a personal feeling or sensation.
So good luck with the inspiration to find that GREAT idea; THINK BIG and it will happen:-)