A Public Art Project: Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines

In this public art installation, the floral patterns inspired by Islamic tile patterns that cover this KC Streetcar shelter located in the Crossroads, DownTown Kansas City, Missouri is intended to transform sunlight into a therapeutic space for urban travelers. The patterns create soft and sharp shadows and the intensity of the shapes and saturation of the color of shadows will change depending on the intensity of the natural light, the seasons changing, and day and night. This public art hopes to bring an array of light to residents of Kansas City’s lives in a time that reasons to feel light and hopeful are so scarce.

check out the Art in the Loop web page for this project:

Nazanin Amiri Meers | Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines