At one point or another, we’ve all tried to make shadow puppets, twisting our fingers in front of a light to throw a shadow that looks like a rabbit or a dog or whatever.
A new exhibition at Jacksonville’s Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens takes that to a whole new level. “Anila Quayyum Agha: Flight Patterns” features elaborate internally lit metal sculptures that explore the link between light and shadow.
The show is noteworthy for how few pieces are in it. It’s housed in the museum’s Mason Gallery, where it will remain through April 30. Two of the three rooms in the gallery have just one art piece each.
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