Beginning to explore part to whole relationships, the concept of aggregations was proposed. By creating a parts to whole relationship through two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, there can be a discovery of interstitial existence between form, order, and connectivity. These aggregations were created through a succession of iterations from 2 two-dimensional shapes, and 1 three-dimensional form. These pieces were strategically placed in different sequences which created a variety in fluidity, growth, and overall form.
The first iterative aggregation created a bending affect from the effect of each piece. The 2-D pieces were placed in a straightforward, flat formation.
The second aggregation created a more fluid form with the 2-D pieces balancing on the 3-D with a visible tension and structural stress.
Thirdly, the final aggregation compiled onto itself due to its condensed dogmatic formation. Each shape had created a vortex-like spiral which has doubled over itself due to the complex connections between each piece.