You might have seen these iceberg sculptures by Indy's premier light artists Owens + Crawley floating in the canal during the INLightIN Festival in August. They've migrated north and are now lighting up the courtyard of the HCA. The installation will be on display through February, so come by in the early evening when they really start to shine. Read more about the influence of the sculptures below.
Owens + Crawley // 2058: the first September without ice: Humans play a role in accelerating changes in Earth’s climate. One effect of this is global warming in the polar regions, where glaciers are melting at increased rates. This work seeks to continue to bring awareness to climate change issues through an installation of abstractly interpreted icebergs. The icebergs have color changing LEDs that interact in new and dynamic ways with the acrylic facets acting as filters. 2058: the first September without ice is a visually stunning installation that thrives in both daytime and nighttime environments.