For the next set of installations, students were to explore boundaries and structures. It could be taken literally or figuratively. While some student explored their own structure and some explored boundaries in society, the students advanced quite a bit since the last project. Each student created a piece that was exponentially better than their last piece.

Even though students were allowed to use any materials they needed for the installation, they were required to use a whole piece of 9 ft x 5 ft paper, which became a boundary itself for some students.

Amy Warfield installed three drawn dresses and two real dresses to adress structures that everyone carries with them on a daily basis — clothes. Everyone wears clothes, and while it is a structure in society, it is also a boundary.

Diedra Fix explored the structures of herself. She created a piece that was personal to her. In her silhouette she drew in great detail and realism all the good components that have made her who she is today. Then on the floor was a door matt her silhouette stood on where she drew all of the bad things that had contributed to who she is today.

Sam Schmidt adressed invisible boundaries with a non-objective piece. She created an invisible frame around pieces of paper she cut out in abstract shapes. She conveyed the structures and boundaries that aren’t enforced but that everyone lives by. For her, she said going to college was one of those. It’s not a requirement that is enforced, yet college seems to be the place everyone goes after high school.

Mark Rountree depicted the boundary between life and death by drawing three dead rock stars. With those three drawings on the floor, he placed three mirrors above them for viewers to see themselves in. He said that we can’t reach dead people. We can’t talk to them. So that’s a boundary. But we can connect to them through their music.

Justin Longbine wanted to impose a boundary on the viewer. He drew an unattractive male torso with the arm extending out, but the arm came off the wall and wrapped around, covering up part of the drawing and only showing the torso. Justin wanted to see if people would be curious to go into the “cave” he created to see the rest of the drawing or if the torso would turn people off.

Molly Walter addressed literal structure in her installation by drawing an abandoned building on Main St. She juxtaposed a weaving over the building in an attempt to make it more attractive. Molly explored ways to make abandoned buildings more wanted. In a way, she was weaving the building back into society.

Amber Smith drew three character surrounded by zombies with a fence as the only boundary between the two. While the fence wasn’t much, it was the only form of a boundary of protection for the three characters.