Sun Stomp

Public Art by Graham Projects seen at McKeldin Square, Baltimore - Sun Stomp
Public Art by Graham Projects seen at McKeldin Square, Baltimore - Sun StompPublic Art by Graham Projects seen at McKeldin Square, Baltimore - Sun StompPublic Art by Graham Projects seen at McKeldin Square, Baltimore - Sun Stomp
Image credit: Graham Coreil-Allen
Sun Stomp was a solar powered light and interactive audio-visual environment that featured an interactive projection on one side and an array of sixteen 290 watt solar panels on the other. Participants were invited to stomp on the bleachers to trigger sun-inspired visuals and amplified sounds of the Sun. http://grahamprojects.com/projects/sunstomp Scaffolding, bleachers, solar panels, solar hardware, projection screen, projector, LED neon, contact microphones, video processor 34’x24’x75’ Light City Baltimore, McKeldin Square, 101 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21230 April 2018

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