Below is a picture of the set-up of blocks. People could come in and rearrange the blocks in any order they wanted, then a person took a picture of the arrangement, printed out a photo with a mini printer right there and pinned it to a board with all the other arrangements. (I wanted to take a picture of the board, but forgot).
It was a great idea for people to interact with the art, with the added bonus of touching the artwork. I think Cassandra should sell sets of blocks. Then people could arrange them the way they wanted in their own home. If they wanted a little variation, they could change them up over time. It would also be fun for visitors.
Cassandra had lots of her work displayed and the entire space looked very professional. These pictures below were in her work area space.
This is one layer of mechanisms to help move the balls up and down.
Other things around town.