Location: At the foot of the walkway leading to the main entrance of the college
Installation Date: June, 2006
Number on Map: 18
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About the Work:
Shadow Caster is sculpture based on my joy of studying insects and fossils. It actually is a biomorphic shape based on bees and beehives and the fossil remains of a trilobite. This sculpture is made out of metal rods and has an articulating spine, creating cascading layers trapping pentagons and hexagons in shadows. Metal rod was used purposefully so that the viewer can look through it and constantly enjoy the ever-changing shadow.