The entirety of the USA Pavilion is a lot to take in. Every small detail has been thought of, from creating paper rocks, to a small pile of sand on the ground. While this piece is interesting to look at, there is so much going on that for me it was sensory overload. Visiting this piece helped me realize that I enjoy clean lines and uncluttered spaces. While every detail has been meticulously thought out, I think that the exhibit as a whole speaks to America's need for consumption of goods, and the abundance of things that American's accumulate. To me this piece was full of "stuff;" stuff that was well placed, but had no real meaning other than to be placed where it was in the composition to create the whole.