She choose Right After by Eva Hesse for her piece. She created a reproduction mounted on a wooden base (Dad cut things with the power tools, but she assembled it) and composed of fishing line and hot glue hung from hand-made "hooks". Here's a photo of C. presenting her research:
You caught my eye, with your mystic look.
Your slick pattern of stars
Casts a beautiful shadow of circus tents.
Your life was sad, with an early death and lots of suffering.
The creation of you was like a rebirth,
For now you are the piece I so greatly admire.
I feel drawn to you. I have climbed into your life,
But will not change who you are
And who you will always be.
And here's a collection of pictures of C. with her piece, and some of her friends with their pieces. (Pictures aren't fantastic since you can't use a flash in the Art Museum)