When Jill Vexler first contacted us, no details of the exhibit had been worked out. Over the course of several meetings and discussions, we decided on four curved frames, each with a four-panel mural on both the inside and outside of the curve. In trade show application, this type of frame always includes "end cap" panels that form a semicircle on each side of the frame, concealing the structure and providing a smooth overall appearance. Jill liked the look of the structure and wisely decided to skip the end caps, leaving the frame structure exposed. This decision also made the exhibit much more flexible. It could be set up as one big circle, or in a linear
Above and below: Seven years after it was set up at its first venue in Poland, the exhibit traveled to Estonia.