The Wabash and Mississippi Rivers create natural landmarks such as Shanty and Listen Creek Falls along their weathered banks. Located nearby, the city of Wabash became famous in 1880 as the first city in the world to have a municipally owned electrical light to illuminate its square.
This piece shows flowing steel lines standing vertically on the ground with an electric light held in the center. The thin pieces of steel mesh come together to create a figure-like shape.
Designers Jeff Laramore
Medium type: Steel
Date created: 2001
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204