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Inuzuka’s contribution to ArtsPark was created in conjunction with the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ISBVI). Working from ISBVI student feedback, Inuzuka created this Zen-like sculpture composed of a 10-foot ring of black granite with a sand garden on the inside. When turned, the sand garden’s rotating arm smoothes the sand and triggers songs to play. These songs were recorded by ISBVI students. Aside from his aesthetic sensibility, Inuzuka’s status as legally blind made
Date created: 2004
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