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Sun Stomp

Presented by Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, MICA, PNC Bank

Origin: Baltimore, MD

Listen to an audio tour produced by Live Baltimore by dialing 410-934-7821; Code: 8

Sun Stomp is a solar powered, LED-lit framework supporting a participatory, sun-inspired video projection and soundscape. The 32-foot tall scaffolding structure features an interactive projection on one side and a sloped bank of solar panels on the other. Energy collected during the day will power a colorful array of LED lights, illuminating the open grid sculpture after dark. Participants will trigger projected visuals and amplified sounds by touching and sitting on bleachers equipped with contact microphones. Sun Stomp’s solar powered LED display and interactive audio-visual environment will visually and experientially demonstrate the awesome and beautiful power of the sun.

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About the Artist


Sun Stomp Collective

The Baltimore-based Sun Stomp Collective brings expertise in solar energy, interactive media, and participatory environments. Matthew Weaver has over a decade of experience in renewable energy engineering, including hydrogen and solar; and grassroots organizing around social justice and sustainability. Mark Brown is a video artist, DJ, curator, and AV expert at the Peabody Conservatory. His video work embraces the Internet as both gallery and medium, creating new works from the cracks, glitches, and fall-out of digital realities. Graham Coreil-Allen is a public artist and organizer making cities more inclusive and livable through public art, radical walking tours, and civic engagement.