The week before spring break, some of us were preparing and gathering hardware and materials during class time, while the rest of our team members were trying to get the cutting part done so when we came back from the break we would have enough work as we expected it to be. The problem was that we did not have enough wall in order to project all the six sides of the cube. Luckily, Hollis came up with an idea of putting the two door panels together and then painted with white so we can hang it from the gallery’s ceiling to create an extra wall that we needed. On the ceiling of the gallery, we needed to stretch a white sheet so that we could project Drew’s design and not having it blend in with the original ceiling which could be distracting.
The picture on the right was when we temporarily put the cube together without light bulb and the one on the left was the finished version.