If you just check out what Anila Quayyum Agha did with her wooden cubes which cast beautiful shadows of a light bulb, perhaps they would strike you much as they are really amazing. And maybe you can even be much more mesmerized if you see her latest radiant piece of All The Flowers Are for Me which for sure made you feel lucky to enjoy those intricately stylish installation.
Anila Quayyum Agha is a Pakistan-born artist with a huge talent in beautiful artistically geometric ornament ready to captivate everyone’s interests when looking at them. Her artwork already made many to become her big fans, especially as her creation was released in 2014.
Her creation of All The Flowers Are For Me may look like that of the Intersections playing with space and light. That ornament of steel, box-like structure can depict much too detailed laser cut-outs of geometric motifs and floral patterns seemingly hanging in an vacant space.
Interestingly enough, the cube can cast shadows of flashing light to beautify all that are on the ceiling, the walls and even floor as if they are showering the whole very room. What makes it look that way is because the cube is lit from inside.