I visited the Midtown market this past Monday, and it was totally fricking sweet. As I walked up to the rather large building for the area it was in I had no idea of what to expect or what I was doing. As I walked in the main entrance I felt like I was entering a market place like the kind you would expect to see in the movies, except it felt very modern. I was welcomed my bright welcoming sculptures, statues, and a security table that said steel and you'll be caught. I went later in the day at around 3 P.M. so it was not very busy. This was awesome because I could see how each individual reacted as they entered the markets environment. One example was when a man and a woman walked in together. As they walked in together the man went straight to the food, and the women went straight to the little women things (bracelets, rings, figurines, ext.....). To define the energy of the market in one bold statement just would not work. Some of the many different kinds of energy felt when in the Midtown market are visible as soon as you walk in. Most of the stands are decorated with bright colors that attract you to want to come see what is there. There is also a lot of energy felt from the noises from all the crazy yelling people. There were also many ways energy was created and exchanged in the market, for example the food that is sold is all physical energy. Also people possess huge amounts of energy, and are constantly exchanging it when they interact with each other. I think that this was a great project and after completing it I feel like it was time well spent.