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The International Exhibition "Color 2022" CICA Museum September 7 - 25, 2022 2022.09.07-25 Featured Artists 참여작가: Ashley Andersen, Jihye Baek (백지혜), Marcus Brown, Reenie Charrière, Anna Choi (최안나), Nero Cosmos, Doug Dabbs and Julia Hagerty, Louise De Buck, Manal Deeb, Ruotong Guan, Belinda Haikes, Hodoo, Luna Sue Huang, Ruby Huh (허성윤), Hwang Ji Young (황지영), Kaloyan Ivanov, Ophelia Jacarini, Yvon Jolivet, Lesya Karebina, Andrew Kaufman, Kim na yoon (김나윤), Kimsunik (김선익), Sujin Kim (김수진), Taeeun Kim (김태은), Michael Laughlin, Chau Le Thai Huyen, Christine McCann, Maria Rita Nogueira, Anais Öst, Collin Pollard, Rebecca Potts Aguirre, D. Marshall Sharpe, Jaeho Shin (신재호), Jaeyoun Shin (신재연), Catalin Soreanu, Natsuki Taka
AR) Slavery Trails are site-specific AR sculptures created by Artist Marcus Brown to virtually mark areas where enslaved people were held, sold, and worked in the United States. PBS NEWS HOUR/ CANVAS WDSU NOLA.com
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Augmented Reality (AR) Slavery Trails are site-specific AR Sculptures created by Artist Marcus Brown to virtually mark areas where enslaved people were held, sold, and worked in the United States. The interactive Augmented Reality (AR) sculpture series present figures representing enslaved peoples during the chattel slavery period in the United States. Brown's project begins with the placement of virtual sculptures only visible by smartphone or smart devices. The first sculptures in this series depict the artist Marcus Brown as an enslaved person standing on the neutral ground or street median located on the corner of Chartres Street and Esplanade Avenue in New Orleans. This is the same median where Solomon Northup was sold as a slave over 180 years ago. Each of Brown’s self-portrait sculptures will be presented and digitally sold from his website for the modern-day price of a domestic slave from the 1840s. Brown’s goal is to use the proceeds from each sculpture sold to fund a national project that creates more markers around the country.
Thank you from the artist! Thank you to everyone who made the June 20th 2022 sculpture unveiling possible. Special thanks to WWNO University of New Orleans 89.9FM, Marigny Opera House, Laura Sirkin-Brown, Mona Duffel Jones, Dr. Marcus Rediker, Dr. Marek Batorski, Andrew Bertholf, Ryan Groendyk , Glenn S. Gordinier, RJ Lavallee, Doug McCash/Nola.com , Discovering Amistad, Mystic Seaport Muesum, Daniel W. McElmurray / Parks and parkways department of New Orleans and many others for your support!
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Artist Marcus Brown presents his augmented reality (AR) musical paintings with the jazz paintings of Polish artist Dr. Marek Batorski and work by musician and composer Waldemar Gołębski.
MAREK BATORSKI - MOVEMENTS IN COLOURS premierowe wykonanie muzyki i wideo na żywo odbyło się 12 kwietnia 2022 w Galerii Pryzmat w Krakowie podczas wernisażu wystawy Marka Batorskiego pt. "Movements in Colours" Marek Batorski - saksofony Waldemar Gołębski - EWI, syntezatory muzyka: Waldemar Gołębski realizacja: MAŁOPOLSKIE CENTRUM SZTUKI Kraków, kwiecień 2022 Visuals made using https://musicvid.org and by creators: BigWIngs - The Universe Within https://twitter.com/The_ArtOfCode
Taken homeland AR painting by Marcus Brown
AR ELECTRO-SONIC PAINTING BY MARCUS BROWN
This painting artifact was created in 2022 using interactive Augmented reality (AR) features. The work dances with the audio from the live performance if your touch an Augmented reality (AR) paint layer. Shop
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