Hark was installed for my undergraduate senior show at Pratt Institute. It was up for one week. In the gallery there was a row of columns, two of which bracketed the entrance as you entered. These supports created the necessary parallel lines to repeat the structure I utilized in Mural # 1. I used four colors of monofiliment. I designed it so that they stayed seperate and saturated towards one column and gradually blended together as they reached the other. As you walked by the piece, colors appeared and vanished. Patterns of light changed with your movements. Through the piece you could see other work in the show and other people experiencing the phenomenon from the opposite angle. The hope that I had for this piece was to raise awareness, not to the act of looking at art, but to the phenomenon of seeing.