My previous post discussed the realization I had about how little time I had and the issues I knew I faced. This installation will be about the space for the exhibition. Specifically, the third floor hallways of Lawson Computer Science Building.
In order to gain a sense of the size of the exhibition, I had to know about the space. Where is it? How many walls are there? How large are the walls? How is the space used? Things like that. I had been in the building several times, so I had a good idea of the space. But, I had not viewed the space critically for the intended purpose. To fill in the critical gaps, Jean Jackson worked to provide detailed answers to all my questions, providing measurements, providing photographs of the walls, and providing insights on the lighting during various times of the day. Read more