The Interplay

As a group, we worked countless hours to pull together a show that represented our individual ideas crafted from this short, intensive experience. While it was to be expected that our work would represent their independent concepts, the interplay between the pieces was a true marvel. Between the final placement of my dog piece at the front of the gallery, as if it were a dog in the front yard of the camper and rest of building, the multiuse camper, and the formal interface between the paper and coal pieces, the interaction was reflective of our three weeks holistically. The atmosphere came alive with integration.