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Larry Kagan uses light and steel wire to create striking images on a wall

Larry Kagan shines a light through what appears to be a random jumble of wire to create images in shadow. Shown is "Stiletto II."
Larry Kagan shines a light through what appears to be a random jumble of wire to create images in shadow. Shown is "Stiletto II."
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A giant mosquito, six feet long, sprawls on the wall. On another wall, a woodpecker has perched. Oh, and look at the woman’s high-heeled shoe and a portrait of George Washington. But look again. What you see is a shadow. When viewers encounter Larry Kagan’s steel-and-shadow wall sculptures, they can’t believe their eyes. “They don’t believe it’s shadows. They get upset. The first thing they ask is if you use a computer,” says Kagan. “You ...


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