I finally made it out to Kearney eFree Church in Kearney, NE to install a set in their new building. I really wanted to explore some different shapes in the design. We stuck to the basic tower design that provides freedom of movement around the stage and easily moves off stage for events where the stage needs to be cleared. I drew the shape in illustrator and then projected it onto the MDF and traced the shapes. We had challenges because we were using a short throw projector that distorted the image. It took way more time to get it positioned correctly than I thought it would. The center tower is 16’ tall by 4’ wide and the side towers are 13’ tall by 4’ wide. To achieve this height the curved sections were created using two sections of MDF. We cut out four matching sections for each leg of the tower and sandwiched 24” sections of 2X4’s between the sheets of MDF to connect the sections together. The large dowel rods were placed to connect the two sections. We weaved the clear coroplast between the dowel rods. We hung 3 bare bulb fixtures from the top piece of dowel. The towers were washed with two LED fixtures one from the front and one from the back. The shapes seem to defy gravity but are very stable. I had a great time working with Kelly Gubser and his team to bring this project to life.