Walking through the museum I realized that the design of the museum transitioned according to the exhibit it was showcasing. Through this it allowed me to connect with the pieces more because the space that the art was in also reflected the general sense of the work. For example in the American Abstraction exhibit the art that was displayed was that of different abstractions, but the room itself was very intriguing. The circular room where the pieces were held had a large triangle on the roof to add to the theme of abstraction. Also, in the Asian art wing, the space where the art was held represented an Asian type of architecture with eloquent wood floors and paneling. The entire atmosphere of the room added to the overall effect of the exhibit. In each of the different exhibits lighting played a key role in setting the tone for the art. Casting a beautiful light on some extraordinary pieces of art to capture the full beauty it has to offer. I found that when walking around to the different wings of the museum my thoughts towards those pieces changed based upon the groupings of the art.