Randy Takaki who does the installation at the East Hawai'i Cultural Center is a master of his craft. He took the apparent chaos of Elfie Wilkins-Nacht's very prolific and abundant offerings and turned them into a very elegant and attractive show. My own pieces were problematic in that no one had ever come up with this format of hanging panels before. So I ended up hanging all of those myself. I think the end result is quite nice, although different from my expectations.
For one thing I had hoped all the windows of the room could be opened up to the wind and light, but unfortunately only one was made available to me, and we couldn't budge the glass. So in a land of beautiful breezes the room is stuffy and still. I am hoping to have a fan blowing on the hangings so they will spin as intended.