from spring 2012 to fall 2012 are arranged in a three dimensional grid - dynamically adjusted into clusters around four qualities the exhibited pieces.
each submission provides a cloud like cell structure that looks like it is grown rather than organized. the underside of the suspended volume is clad
with color coded images of the student work, creating a solid landscape of images at various angles that visitors explored much like a cave. the bottom
appears continuous and solid, where the upper section implements a porous surface to allow ceiling light to penetrate into the gallery. constructed
utilizing over 250 unique 'cells', the form relies on redundancy, many connections, complexity, and irregularity to produce an overall structure
that is light, nimble, unique, but still open in its ability to grow.