2–4PM: Battery visits with artist Vishal K. Dar and Okaynokay app developers Gabriel Dunne and Ryan Alexander
4:30–6:30PM: Project Space reception
5:30PM: Gallery walkthrough and talk with the artist and Tanya Zimbardo, SFMOMA assistant curator of media arts
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Toast the opening of Vishal K. Dar’s Edge of See: Twilight Engines. Come early to visit the batteries and see the augmented reality light sculptures in situ with the Dar and the programmers from Okaynokay who created the augmented reality iOS app. Stay for a talk with the artist and curator Tanya Zimbardo in Project Space.
Cap off the evening with a family style Sunday Supper in the historic, artist-renovated Mess Hall following the reception at 6:30PM. Learn more
Please note: Augmented reality sculptures are visible at the batteries using your iPhone or iPad; see the exhibition page for full details. Download the app before you come to Headlands; Click here or search “Twilight Engines” in the App Store. No iOS device? iPads are available to view the sculptures in the Project Space exhibition.
Image: Vishal K. Dar, Edge of See: Twilight Engines (app view), 2019; courtesy of the artist; © Vishal K. Dar