All in all, I'm pretty happy with the way this came out, though there are a couple more iterations that I would like to try using the same ceramic pieces before I take it down. The work is subtle, which is what I was going for, though I do think it isn't quite powerful enough to stand on its own in a juried exhibition. The overall consensus that I have gotten from people is that it would be better without the fabric because the fabric makes the ceramic pieces harder to see. While this is certainly true, I think that really ties in to the original idea behind the piece.
It could be nice to try mounting the piece on a colored background, perhaps grey, to see if the white ceramic pieces would be more visible that way, but still subtly obscured. Another idea would be to make the lines on the wall again in thin masking tape and then paint over the wall with a red paint, using the tape to create a resist that would leave the wall covered in red triangle forms that would then be covered by the ceramic forms. This later installation would be a much bolder statement, but it would stand out nicely in a gallery, public space or home.
For my final project of the semester I am working again with the slip dipped fabric like I did this summer. These pieces remind me a lot of Jeannine Marchand's work. While I really like her work, about all I can say for my latest batch of these pieces is that they are "pretty." Truthfully, pretty is one of those words like "cute," meaningless and empty, devoid of deep thought. I'm not entirely sure that I want to further pursue this line of exploration for that reason, though, perhaps I can find some deeper meaning in them. For right now, though, they are "pretty."