NANCY BAKER CAHILL

Photo by Lance Gerber

Photo by Lance Gerber

Set in two distinctive locations near the extreme poles of the Coachella Valley, the artist’s pieces use augmented reality, producing a singular experience for each viewer due to the ever-changing conditions of the desert. The work at the northern windfarms, Revolutions, alludes to the capturing of energy to remedy a man-made crisis. But in doing so, the net effect is disruptive to the flora and fauna of the region. The artist thinks of the drawings as a call-and-response of sorts. The work at the southern Salton Sea, Margin of Error, presents the toxic outcome of human progress leading to an environmental disaster. This experience will prompt viewers to ruminate on their own body within the scale and setting of the landscape, dwarfed by the implied giant-scale of the digital work.

Listen to an interview with Nancy Baker Cahill on the Desert X 2019 Podcast here.

 

TITLE:
REVOLUTIONS


LOCATION: 
***UPDATE*** You can now experience Revolutions in its new site. Please re-download the 4th Wall app to view in its new site.
Highway 111 and Tipton Road
33°54'14.9"N 116°38'32.3"W

TITLE:
MARGIN OF ERROR

LOCATION: 

Salton Sea Visitor Center
33.50472, -115.91641


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