The experience of viewing a 3D model is quite unlike that of any real space sculpture. Rather than walking around an object, the virtual planes a model is built upon are rotated around their origin from a single camera source in a dynamic view. Box conglomerate translates this idea of dynamic viewing into a real environment, allowing users to physically orbit the sculpture in front of them.
Additionally, in relationship to the show’s corollary argument, every axis of rotation is correlated to a component color of a color field (in this case, XYZ :: RGB). Single axes of rotation are commonly referred to as Roll, Pitch, and Yaw and, while spinning, each color increases in saturation the farther it gets from its respective origin.
When Roll, Pitch, and Yaw are combined in the same XYZ plane, you have a full orbital range about an object. The RGB components of each axis combine to create the fully colored box conglomerate.