4th Wall: A free, first-of-its-kind, AR fine art app which allows viewers to scale, rotate, move through, place and record my VR drawings-translated-into-AR drawings & hologram, and to walk or teleport through my LA studio in 360. Users can experience and record the AR artworks anywhere in the world. 4th Wall now also includes the site-specific, collaborative public art feature, COORDINATES.
COORDINATES is a new, ongoing, collaborative public AR art exhibition which invites the viewer to be physically present at specific locations. When viewers select this feature, based on their location, they will be directed toward artworks – translated into AR– created by artists that activate the historically, politically or culturally significant sites they have chosen. Coordinates, an AR project created from the desire to use technology as a subversive form of resistance, aims to inspire thoughtful dialogue and expand our understanding of public art.
I’ve been astonished by users’ ingenuity, creativity, humor and content-creation. See @4thwallapp or #4thwallapp on Instagram for a wide and diverse variety of 4th wall images and videos — from the skies above Malawi, to the Cleveland steelyards, to the 5 train to the Bronx, to the LAX baggage claim, to the Mexican Border Wall, to Carnegie Hall and classrooms in Qatar– just to name a few
Breaking 6/6/18: Not everyday you find yourself mentioned in the same breath as these two! “With important artists like Marina Abramović, Anish Kapoor and Nancy Baker Cahill already working at the intersection of art and the augmented world” thank you Wallpaper Magazine for the shout out! #honored
THE ART NEWSPAPER 5/9/18: Nancy Baker Cahill Drops AR Art Bombs
LA WEEKLY 4/20/18: The Adventures of Nancy Baker Cahill Across the 8th Dimension
SEEFLECTION: REVIEW 3/2/18 Artist Showcases AR Art in 4thwall App
GOOD MAGAZINE 2/28/18: These Virtual Reality Sculptures Make Any Environment an Art Installation
FORBES MAGAZINE 2/18/18: This Artist Just Entered the Age of Augmented Reality by Releasing Her Own Mobile App
FAST COMPANY 2/1/18: This App Lets You Dive Into The Richness Of An Artist’s Studio From Anywhere
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