PHOTOS: Light City’s Jaw-Dropping Displays in Baltimore

Light City Baltimore brightens up the city this week with interactive and unique illuminated exhibits for all ages to enjoy.

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Jen Lewin Studio by Frank Lanza
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Philip Vile
Light City Baltimore brightens up the city this week with interactive and unique illuminated exhibits for all ages to enjoy. A large-scale festival running through Sunday features 29 illuminated art exhibits, many of them interactive, as well as live performances, food and innovation conferences. Pictured: Aether & Hemera's "Voyage."
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Philip Vile
"Voyage" features 300 LED-lit paper boats floating on the Inner Harbor.
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Jen Lewin Studio by Denise Leong
Colorado artist Jen Lewin's "The Pool" features giant, interactive circular pads where people can sit and take photos.
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Jen Lewin Studio by Frank Lanza
People take photos and play around at "The Pool," an exhibit by Jen Lewin.
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Julie Stunden
"The Labyrinth," an installation by artist Ian Brill, is an "immersive, performative, navigable, audio maze."
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Julie Stunden
A festival-goer makes his way through "The Labyrinth" by Ian Brill.
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Atelier Mateo M
This interactive and bright exhibit "Digital Skin," by Canadian artist Atelier Mateo M, gives visitors a chance to paint on their friends and family. The paint-covered participants are then photographed after they're mapped with lights and visuals. The final products will be posted online.
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Atelier Mateo M
A bright and busy product of Atelier Mateo M's "Digital Skin" exhibit.
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Eric Corriel
Eric Corriel's "Water Will be Here," installed on the inside and outside of a set of windows, highlights the environmental concern of rising sea levels, and human interaction with this issue.
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Eric Corriel
A view from the outside of Eric Corriel's message-filled piece "Water Will Be Here."
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