Glowing ‘Fish Bellies’ LED Sculpture Reflects Local Ecology at Texas State University

by , 03/08/13

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Inspired by the biological diversity of the San Marcos River, JB Public Art recently installed a glowing LED sculpture called Fish Bellies on the campus of Texas State University. Mirroring the progress of a school of fish, Fish Bellies reflects the social and communal spirit of the university’s campus. The sculpture is fully interactive, and it’s glowing forms construct an organic, illuminated landscape that is meant to spark interest in the region’s unique ecology and biology.

+ JB Public Art

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