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Premiering in 2016, Light City Baltimore is the first large-scale, international light festival in the United States. Light City will provide a backdrop for the celebration of ideas, ingenuity and creativity through art, music and innovation.

Light City will shine a light on Baltimore’s abundance of creative, cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary talent, and at Aether & Hemera we are delighted that our installation Voyage has been selected for the festival.

Light City’s innovation programming will generate an ecosystem of ideas and learning during the day – while lights, performances and live music reimagine the Inner Harbor at night.

Here’s a list of what you can see and hear at Light City. And check out this video that showcases some of those involved with the festival.

LIGHT CITY MUSIC

  • Baltimore Rock Opera Society and Concert Artists of Baltimore, Classical Music & Rock Opera
  • Clear For Takeoff, Pop Rock
  • Dunson, Hip-Hop
  • Makina Project, Electronic
  • Red Sammy, Rock
  • Symphony Number One, Classical
  • Telesma, World
  • The Bridge Ensemble, Contemporary Choral Music
  • The MC Booze Band, R&B
  • The Palovations, Motown/R&B
  • To The Moon, Instrumental Rock
  • Todd Marcus Jazz Orchestra, Jazz
  • Wordsmith, Hip Hop

LIGHT CITY PERFORMANCES

  • Atelier Mateo M - Digital Skin Portraits
  • Fluid Movement - HydroPrismEcho
  • Jenn Figg, Matthew McCormack and David Fakunle – Making Waves: Kinetic Frenetic – Percussion Project
  • Katherine Fahey & Annie Howe – Crankie Box Shadow Puppets
  • Lynne Tomlinson and Colette Searls – Kendra’s Bay Digital Images
  • Michael Owen – Diorama – Interactive Dance
  • Nina Rutledge – City Lights Stilts
  • Olu Butterfly and the Dew More Collective – What was in Darkness Must be Revealed in Light – Multi-media Poetry
  • Revolutionary Motion, Pyrophilia and Luminescent Street Brigade – Theatre of Fire
  • Sarah Tooley – 901 Arts Drumline
  • Schroeder Cherry – Baltimore Street Lights Puppet Show
  • Single Carrot Theatre – Ballet Ballistique

 LIGHT CITY VISUAL ARTISTS

  • Radiance, Pixel Promenade
  • Kelley Bell & Corrie Parks, Projected Aquaculture
  • Baltimore Kawasaki Sister City Committee(Artist: Jessica Searfino), Take To-Ro Ripples
  • Ian Brill, Labrynith
  • Cheon Kroiz, Artist and Architect Collaborative, Diamonds
  • Eric Corriel, Water Will Be Here
  • Lisa Dillin, Natural Lighting Emulator V
  • Annette Elliot, Constellation
  • Symmes Gardner, 1,001 Lux
  • Rachel Guardiola, Into the Zone (Anthology of Accounts and Findings)
  • Riki Kim, Glacier
  • Jen Lewin Studio, The Pool
  • Dashboard, Drone Laser Light Party
  • Luminous Intervention, TBD
  • McWharter Lynam, fluorWall
  • Nick Metzler, TBD
  • Tim Scofield & Kyle Miller, Peacock
  • Quentin Mosley, Gateway Baltimore
  • Design Collective, Inc., Lightwave: Baltimore’s Beacon
  • Thick Air Studios, Dear Baltimore
  • Scott Pennington, Plaza
  • Paul Rucker, Walking in the Light of a History
  • New American Public Art, Blue Hour
  • Robby Rackleff, TBD
  • Brian Gonzalez and Nisha Ramnath, Laser Lotus
  • Aether & Hemera, Voyage
  • Greg St. Pierre, TBD
  • Justin Thompson, Dark was the Night
  • Yandell Walton, Human Effect
Posted on 12/11/2015 18:50:00 by Hemera

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