The mind map exercise has helped to expand the terms of each of my general ideas. Thinking in this format has generated keywords which had not been perceived as being related earlier in the process. For example while diagramming the first map, procession, I found that interesting key terms such as time, arrival, and departure were connected to the original term. This brings more specificity not just to the term procession, but also to my other terms, which have lacked clear direction. The mind map for sculptural form turned up interesting terms including functionality and context. Finally, the architecture and landscape map showed the importance of the perception of the user as well as the difference between the public and private realms. Each map includes images taken from previous work, which are connected to the original term.