The angled sculpture The Place of shade is made up of a rope, an old farm bucket and a piece of a mirror.
Meant to pique the curiosity of the spectator, the sculpture alludes to a well and attempts to create an illusion to lure him or her to lean in and look.
Hanging above the mirror is the bucket, suspended on the rope connected to two walls. The bottom of the bucket has been cut out and the mirror is placed where the inside of the bucket, and its shadow, should have been.
The mirror, placed inside the bucket, is intended to make the spectator wonder if the bucket has no bottom, or if the mirror and bucket have ever truly been separate objects.