Medium of the Art/Technique of the Artist
From afar, Nets-Infinity looks like it is made from cloth, but it is actually just acrylic on canvas, like so many other artworks out there. This illusion adds to the meaning of the work. Kusama is known for her repetitive patterns and how they relate to the cyclical nature and repetition of time. I thought it was cool that she could take such a widely used and simple technique and turn it into something that doesn't even resemble what it normally looks like up close. I also enjoyed the simplicity of the work, but in the simpleness, there is so much meaning.
Design of the Museum
There is something very simple about this work and the way it was set up that caught my eye. The work is a story, but is laid out with all the pages shown, instead of in book form. By doing this, the Harn has laid out the whole story for everyone to see at once. Most of them are simple pictures, but have a much deeper, psychoanalytical meaning. The white wall and the white picture frames makes the story pop out to you, but also makes the work seem more simple. Since there aren't any words, the simple background and set up allows you to focus completely on what the work means, rather than being distracted by how the exhibit is set up.