42 separate panels are now complete and arranged.
I am still working on more and actually this will be on-going well beyond the Westin installation as I have gotten quite engaged in this process.
I LOVE IT!
I especially enjoy arranging.
It is very similar, I am sure, to what a musical arranger does.
Being able to take parts and arrange them into sections is exciting.
I turn the pieces around and try them out next to others.
Many wonderful happy accidents occur in the process.
Discovery is what this is all about.
I think these groupings reflect our digital age where parts are constantly being assembled and rearranged.
In our new world we are all continually deconstructing and reconstructing.
Anyway here they are.
I can do this till the cows come home.
Here is an image documenting the revision of group 1. It is a dramatic improvement which serves to illustrate how important the panel placement is. Now the relationships between the panels make more sense and the movements more deeply felt. This is like conducting an orchestra! So far the orchestra is small. I have 4 more sections to go. This might be the single most engaging project I have ever produced.