Some art is best seen at night. Anode‘s sentry on Main Street, with its echoes of sci-fi computers from the 50s and the Monolith from 2001, only shows its best face at night, when you can see all its many lights. The lights are LED and color programmable, so its actual color depends on the night you visit, and the folks at Anode will even take suggestions as to its color scheme. Interactive digital communication and design seem to be their thing, so that’s in keeping with what they do. The aluminum sculpture was designed by Anode staff and installed in 2015.

Located at 926 Main Street in East Nashville. The best time to see the statue is at night, and you should have no problem parking in the Anode lot after hours. Just remember – Europa is off limits!