This was an exploration of taking 2-d work and turning it into a 3-dimensional space. I wanted the layering, overlapping, and repetition of the imagery to be simulated in three-dimensional space. I coated the drawings with wax to give them a transparency. While my intention was to construct this "space" as a grid to reference city structure, it ended up being something else. It evoked the image of the small alleyway with the drying hanging laundry, giving it a very different feel than the industrial city I was originally thinking of. I was happy with some aspects of this narrative, yet I was still dissatisfied with its lack of interactivity with the audience, and in many ways it was still presented as a 2-dimensional piece.