In your workplace you have plugs and switches on the wall, some control electricity, others run phone lines, data lines, and maybe even A/V lines. But what's in the ceilings and walls of your work space? In my case, because I work with the zen of journeyman electricians, it's a logical, well thought out and practical maze of conduit and junction boxes that to the naked eye looks like a giant cluster fuck of metal pipe and boxes. But it's all beginning to make sense, sort of.
Just for fun, climb up on your office chair and pop out a ceiling tile and have a look around. Ignore the IT rats nest of wires and focus on the metal conduit...try to follow it, I dare you.
I ran almost all the conduit today, measuring distances between boxes and calculating angles to each one. Granted, they were all 90 degree angles, with a few offsets thrown in to fuck with my brain, but it ended up looking pretty. 90 or so feet of 1/2 and 3/4" conduit, with J boxes in between, winding gracefully across your "hidden ceiling", allowing you to control all manner of function in your work space.
It's akin to puzzles for rednecks...who are smarter than you think.
It's art, man. And I'm learning the nuance of the brush.