We liked our idea of the fabric being something the viewer could interact with and alter according to their own experience, so we left that open to the audience. We came to the decision that the wall was too confining and the paper on the sides were pointless, so we removed them both and hung our piece on the ceiling. We hung it at a slant so it would create an intriguing form and wouldn’t look so square. It looks better free standing and we like the way it was not overbearing and large, more of a personal experience. When we lighted it we found the shadows to be fascinating and liked the softness of the project at night. Overall, we are happy with the alterations we made.