Streaming Space, a collaborative work by Pittsburgh-based artists Alisha B. Wormsley and Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson, will be in Market Square from April 12 - May 12 for the Market Square Public Art program. The installation transforms Market Square into a space for video, performance, and sound that encourages healing and reflection. Streaming Space features a 24-foot-tall truss pyramid with mounted LED screens that project meditative video montages of nature and space, and show vintage jazz concerts and films, as well as highlighting the work of local futurist art. The project includes recordings to create a unique soundscape for the environment surrounding the piece. The Office of Public Art will provide on-site interpretation every Tuesday from noon - 1 pm, and every Thursday from 4 -5 pm.