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As a part of PreEnactIndy, artist Quincy Owens installed four “stained glass” light sculptures on power poles near the Monon Trail at 16th Street and Yandes Street. These pieces glow at night, and may be permanent.

Sponsored by Harrison Center for the Arts, the collaborative theater event took place on October 7th, 2017. Through interactive performances, this preenactment envisioned through interactive performances what a neighborhood ought to be. This public event gave attendees

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Medium type: Plastic; Steel

Date created: 2017

Dimensions: 48 in. x 24 in. x 24 in. (x4)


16th and Yandes St, Indianapolis, IN, 46202

Associated artists

Luke Crawley
Luke Crawley
Quincy Owens
Quincy Owens


  • Photo courtesy of Ken Norris


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