From Cleveland.com: "Cleveland architect Richard Fleischman, who launched his practice here in 1961, is known primarily for designing Modernist buildings with skins of glass. Now he's got a new line on his resume: Public artist. Case Western Reserve University is putting the finishing touches on a new park and outdoor art installation designed by Fleischman. The project was conceived as a gateway to the eastern edge of campus on East 118th Street, just north of Euclid Avenue. The sculptural installation, still untitled, consists of nine tall, slender and curving plates of pale blue painted steel, installed in a row like gigantic blades of grass waving in the wind. They range in height from 20 to 40 feet.'The steel represents a line of dancers,' Fleischman said."