Made in 2019 by a team of Philadelphia based artists lead by Kate Kaman. The artwork is comprised of 832,520 cat’s eye marbles. 180 feet long and totals over 2,326 square feet. The marbles range from 14mm-17mm, and the total weight of the marbles is approximately 3 tons. The most amount of glass marbles used in a work of art.
Kate Kaman describes the concept “coming from a universal memory of children's play. To me, the perfect glass sphere of the marble evokes an analog childhood, collected and cherished around the globe for generations. People of all ages delight in their colors, patterns, and uniqueness. My hope is that the Cat's Eye sculpture, with it's abstract swirling patterns and lights, brings delight and wonder to the diversified users of the building, especially the kids.”