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Light City Baltimore: Projected Aquaculture

For the Light City Baltimore festival, Kelley Bell and Corrie Parks are creating a large-scale projection mapping of aquatic species unique to the Chesapeake Bay, titled "Projected Aquaculture." It examines and comments on the current health of the Chesapeake Bay through a series of projected animations incorporating imagery from the delicate ecosystem such as fish and blue crab.

For the Light City Baltimore festival, Kelley Bell and Corrie Parks are creating a large-scale projection mapping of aquatic species unique to the Chesapeake Bay, titled "Projected Aquaculture." It examines and comments on the current health of the Chesapeake Bay through a series of projected animations incorporating imagery from the delicate ecosystem such as fish and blue crab.

In recreating an enormous aquarium environment on the IMET Columbus Center, Bell and Parks bring to focus the period of transition the Chesapeake Bay and Baltimore itself are experiencing concurrently, and highlight the richness of diversity in both environments.

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The inaugural Light City Baltimore festival features a 1.5 mile BGE Light Art Walk with 50 attractions from March 28-April 3, 2016.

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