Dror was invited to participate in the Guggenheim’s exhibition, Contemplating the Void: Interventions in the Guggenheim Museum. The benefit exhibition serves as a finale to the museum’s 50th anniversary , featuring renderings of visionary projects in a salon-style installation. The wall represented in Dror’s watercolor is made of the QuaDror squares, which are designed in such a way that when they are placed on the floor in the open position, they form a rhombus. The beginning and end edges of the wall then create a true vertical as they climb up parallel to the slope of the floor. By creating this continuous wall spanning 410° in the middle of the spiraling floor, Dror conveys the uniquely unbroken feeling of the space by showing an additional beginning and end.