After my research on M.C. Escher and finding the relativity through his work, I have reflected a bit on what I have experimented with so far and have found that there are more that just a handful of ways to make multiple messages read out of a singular form from different distances and perspectives. I now know that geometry and symmetry are key to my experiments and found from his flat two dimensional - I found a new question: What if translucent and opaque layering in the third dimension create solve the same structural problem at hand? So far I am working with strictly 90 degree angles, almost De Stijl-like, and also teardrop-shaped transparencies. Here are some examples of reference and current experimentation.
This is just construction work for my letter forms. I'm thinking that my experimental question of "how many messages can be read out of a singular form at different perspectives and distances" is slowly running into Tammy's transparency experiment of layered messages. Because my problem can be solved that the same way.