I wanted to express this experimentation as a form of installation where communities can come into contact with the curtain. This form of interaction will have an added layer of variables of how the light is being portrayed. This manifestation uncovers the narratives of our cultural and communal heritage in the void deck in an abstract fashion. I feel that public installations act as a tool to question the designer’s power over design. When people are being able to interact with the installation, the designer is no longer able to control the outcome. This temporary installation urges us to rethink the importance of two important factors that we tend to overlook: the natural occurrences of the site, and the consider cultural and communal essences of the site.