When I was think of things i could possible do for the summer project i decided to reflect on what made me successful. In 9th grade we had a "One and many" project and I drew interlocking squares. I then though about all there sculptures that I saw through artists like Sol Lewitt and István Orosz. This idea came late in to the summer and I decided to get all of my thoughts down on two paper. The original plan was to build it out of lumber, but once I calculated all the feet I would need it ended up being too much cost. This was very short sited of me. Once I went to school and presented my conceptual pieces I was turned on to the idea of balsa wood in the group critique. I bought the balsa wood and started building one of the designs that the majority of people enjoyed, and started working on it for the two weeks project that was next. There are a total of 71 squares that I created out of the balsa wood and 23 of them are linked together like a chain connecting the other 48 squares. Most times when I was working on the project it would get tangled and knotted forcing me to dissemble the squares. This was my first real try at anything sculptural in any way, so there were a few flaws in planning as well as construction Once it was put on the wall the shadows even added to the work which is something that doesn't come across as well though the pictures.