This art installation defamiliarized Sutton Hall, and transformed it into an entirely new experience. Objects created throughout the first five weeks of the semester (under the instruction of Danilo Udovicki-Selb) were selected and displayed throughout the hall, along with repurposed materials found at a local recycling plant. Different aspects of light are represented throughout the hallway. In the West end of the hall, the darkest section, light is utilized as a material itself. Models that produced their own light were placed here, along with a projection room as the metaphorical light at the end of the dark tunnel. Four projectors were set up at the very end of the dark hallway, showing constructivist films studied throughout the semester, and light studies of models currently on display, uncovering a different view in differing light conditions. The middle section of the hallway is organized by models and recycled materials that utilize light to create magnificent shadows. The apex of the middle section is the floating, cloud-like form, meant for people to walk underneath and interact with the overhead lights streaming through the plastic-filled forms. All models in this section celebrate the beautiful shadows created. The overhead forms cast remarkable shadows on the walls, and are growing out of the red, black, grey and white tubes to create a continuous flow as one moves through the hallway. The tubes hold smaller models, investigating shadow and occasionally color. The hallway installation is a celebration of light and all of its attributes.