Congregation: Interactive Public Art

Coming to Market Square for it's North American debut, Congregation is not to be missed!

Commissioned through the City of Pittsburgh's Market Square Public Art Program by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, Congregation is an interactive kinetic video and sound installation designed and choreographed for participation by visitors to Market Square. Congregation was created by UK-based pioneering media artists Kit Monkman and Tom Wexler, known collectively as KMA. Congregation will transform the plaza of Market Square into a communal stage, where the audience will become performers, exploring the environment as the installation responds to their movements. The music for Congregation is by the contemporary composer, Peter Broderick. 

Congregation can be experienced starting Friday Feb. 21 through Sunday Mar. 16 from dusk to midnight on the weekend, and dusk to 10pm on weekdays in Market Square.