Mark Reigelman’s Formation punctuates the façade of San Diego International Airport’s parking structure with vibrant colors and energetic patterns. As travelers exit the terminal they are greeted by massive graphic tapestries on the adjacent garage. Upon closer inspection, travelers find that each of the three screens that comprise the work are composed of hundreds of individually-cast resin airplanes strung onto stainless steel aircraft cables. Formation is uniquely site-specific, in that it weaves together the histories of aeronautical innovation in the region through the specific aircraft (NF106B, Spirit of St. Louis, Convair 880) represented with the fiber arts and crafts traditions of indigenous peoples of the American Southwest. This project was meticulously pulled through with help from: Demiurge, Stratasys and Debbie Seracini at the San Diego Air and Space Museum.