Shadow monsters

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When you were a kid, your dad made shadows on the wall with his hands. They looked like wolves, seaguls, etc. and were meant to make you smile or sleep.

Philip Worthington made a fabulous application to frighten children or make them laugh. You move your hand and its shadow on the wall not only has spikes or a long tongue, but it also makes burps and other strange noises.

Related: Mark Cypher’s Biophilia installation.