While thinking about dimensionality as it relates to space and materials, and dimensionality as it relates to concept and process, I asked myself the following questions.
// How does our background and identity affect how we, as artists and designers, make and interpret artwork, specifically public art installations?
// How do past experiences inform our point of view, our process, and our choice of materials?
// How does accessibility and human interaction contribute to the complexity and meaning of artwork in a public space?
Inspired by the public artwork of Jaume Plensa, I developed this illustrated paper as an exercise in translating three-dimensional artwork to a two dimensional surface.