Our proposal for the 2013 Feast Conference Pavilion is a series of 3 gravity driven installations that will “fall” into place as visitors engage with the each piece. As each participant takes away from the piece it allows a portion of it to freely form its ideal shape through a precisely calculated length. Each piece on its own is unique, but together they form a larger interior cohesive space that allows for a backdrop of activity. Much like a group of individuals who come together to perform a larger task, it is the uniqueness of each piece that creates the beauty of the overall form. Although each installation provides an impromptu interior space, the overall structure is made of hanging strips of repurposed mylar so it is extremely light and will always be slightly moving along with local air currents. This movement will be highlighted through the reflectivity of the mylar and the twisting of each mylar strip This twisting allows for the color of each installation to be subtly reviled. The array of mylar strips also creates an optical filter to the activity inside much like corn rows in a field or a zoetrope. Each installation can act on its own as a visual backdrop, but it is through the engagement of visitors and activity that the spaces transform and actually come alive.