When the sun sets in Downtown Pittsburgh, several artworks light up the night. Take a tour of these works and leave the flashlight at home.
"Diamond Diamonds" lights the corridor of Market Street between Fifth Avenue and Market Square. Look up to see the installation on top of the light poles.
Cell Phone Disco dances in Tito Way, the alley between Liberty and Penn Avenues. For the best view at night, stand in front of the Westin on 10th Street and look towards the lights.
Literature stretches across the sky on the curves of the Convention Center. Look up to see the LEDs scroll.
Sparks fly at night at "The Puddler." This work, which has a completely different day and night presence, illuminates to illustrate the movement of molten metal.
Walk across the Roberto Clemente Bridge and look back towards Downtown. You will see this triangle of light rotating and transforming.
"168 Lightbulbs" features 168 lightbulbs that light up outside of Wood Street Galleries.
Go into the Steel Plaza T Station to see Jane Haskell's work. Get there before dusk to watch the colors change.
Can you spot the mobius strip?
Don't forget to see Andrea Polli's work on the Rachel Carson Bridge.
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