"The Wheel" is a metaphor for the cycle of growth illustrated by combining the visual allure of color with the interactive potential of light. ?The Wheel? unfolds before the viewer as an arrangement of acrylic fins. A constantly changing light show of colorful rays and shadows created through the transmission and reflection of light. The circular form of the installation portrays the cyclical nature of growth, with no clear beginning or end, while its reflection shows the needed scalar evolution made during the journey of growth. As the viewer approaches, they become active participants in the growth cycle by turning a central light source, causing the colors to shift and merge before their eyes. The effect is a kaleidoscopic array of colors that seems to dance and play. This interaction highlights the notion of movement as a catalyst for growth and expansion ? a fundamental aspect of life. By turning the central light source, the viewer becomes both the creator and the subject of the installation, contributing to the ongoing circle of light and color in a personal and profound way. Thus, highlighting the importance of growth and rebirth in our lives.