I find the installation to the left very interesting. I think the artist is following the same idea track that I am with the luminaire, in that we want to create what we cannot actually experience so that we can experience it. In this case, the artist wanted to build a cloud treehouse/fort/castle, whatever it is, it, at one time, only existed in the mind of the artist. In my case I wanted to build a cloud. I've never been able to hold a cloud in my hands, or look at it all around it without flying around it. Though there are no lights in the piece, it inspires me because of it's scale and the creativity the artist used to create it.
I found the photo to the left interesting because the artist found a way to make the clouds 2D, yet still very full and cloud like. The depth of the cloud is up to the perception of the viewer, which I enjoy; leaving some of what the viewer is viewing up to interpretation.
I liked this installation piece because I found it funny. I have never seen a cloud being held up by anything, much less anything visible to the human eye. The piece makes me think that everyone needs a little help sometimes, even natural phenomena such as cloud bodies.