We are pleased to see that your installation for DX EDIT ’17 was so well received by the public. It is, after all, a truly engaging and eye-catching array, creating a soft-pink abyss into which people feel they can sink infinitely. In fact, it is uncannily like the soft blue abyss that we at Interspatial created earlier this year at two prominent events. Our installation for the PULP Paper Art Party ‘17, "Volume & Void", was also an incredible success, made possible by your sponsorship of the event, and we’re sure you thoroughly enjoyed yourselves in the space that night.
Additionally, the foreboding black abyss of "Worm Hole" at the Place & Placement Exhibit in Galleria Mall was the second piece done by our design collective using the same approach. It is exciting to see that the third piece in this series came together and was made by such a respectable practice as yourselves.
We just hope that next time you're planning to take inspiration from an emerging design firm with minimal budgets such as ourselves, it will be much less of a direct rip-off. Our collective budget for both projects was less $1000, and it would certainly be interesting to compare notes with your DX installation costs. When you come up with an adequately original installation concept let us know, and we’ll be sure to rip you off inkind.
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EDIT: Expo for Design, Innovation & Technology