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UPCOMING: Nancy Baker Cahill: Hollow Point at CyberArts Excited to be sharing drawings on paper, in VR and AR at Boston CyberArts Gallery in January 2019. Preview below…   (detail, Hollow Point 12- graphite on paper, collage)

The Defining Line AR Public Art Exhibition made international news in Colombia! On Nov. 28, 2018 Arcadia Magazine featured two of our phenomenal artists. Both Carolina Caycedo and Gala Porras-Kim hail from Colombia. Read it HERE

Featured in the LA Times “How virtual art appearing on the LA River tackles gentrification, immigration and environmental issues” from “‘Defining’ LA in VR Light,” by Anna Furman. Article published November 18, 2018 Read the article at this link,via PDF, or in the image below!

TEDx Pasadena TEDx Pasadena   In September, I gave a TEDx talk about 4th Wall, public access to art, and VR. It’s now available on YouTube!    

LACMA says: “Don’t miss Spatial Reality at sp[a]ce gallery in Pasadena! Through October 28 only” Thanks, LACMA!    

LA Weekly: The Future of XR is Now Nice write up of our show at sp[a]ce gallery in Pasadena, curated by Jesse Damiani. Opening is October 12- 7-10, and I will be speaking and giving a demo of my drawings on October 14, from 2-4pm.

COORDINATES News I created this piece in AR, based on my Surd, 12 drawing, a series which was inspired by Susan Brison’s brilliant book on sexual assault and selfhood, Aftermath. I updated and re-named the piece “UNPROTECTED,” as it applies to ALL victims of sexual assault and all genders. But also, and importantly, we women are […]

COORDINATES Map is here! The COORDINATES page will receive updates as artists/new sites are added. Visit 4thwallapp.org  for more info. FIND COORDINATES ARTWORKS AND SITES HERE:

TEDx Pasadena In about 6 weeks, I’ll post the link to my talk, but here are a few pix from yesterday. What a journey, what a privilege, what a day. Thank you to TEDxPasadena for inviting me to be a part of this insanely inspiring cohort and for all of your rigorous, incredible support. Long live […]

ZDNet: Artists use AR to display politically charged art in provocative places This article in ZDNet zeroes in what we are trying to do with Coordinates: