Larry Kagan’s metal sculptures appear to be typical abstract art. One might pause for a moment to ponder the spatial dimensions or shapes, wonder about its meaning, then move on.
But shine a light downward on Kagan’s works, and an amazing thing happens.
Another image is formed by the shadow, and it’s not at all open to interpretation.
For example, there’s an airplane, a basketball player, a chair, a book, a mosquito, a dog.
It’s the last thing you’d expect, and the surprise usually puts a smile on the viewer’s face. A frequent comment is, “I’ve never seen that before.”
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