Calendar: Augmented Reality Exhibition Presentations and Tours

Event Description

PAMM is kicking off its first ever augmented reality (AR) exhibition Felice Grodin: Invasive Species during Miami Art Week starting Tuesday, December 5. This AR project is made possible thanks to a generous grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Join us as we lead you through the exhibition with guided presentations and tours. Visitors’ firsthand experience and feedback during Miami Art Week will be part of the AR exhibition, incorporated into this beta stage of the year-long pilot project which will assist in further refinement. We thank you for taking a test drive of this cutting edge exhibition. 

Felice Grodin: Invasive Species is an augmented reality exhibition that can be viewed via the PAMM app, which is available for free from the App Store on iPhone or iPad iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 6s, iPhone SE, iPad Pro, and newer.

For those who do not have a compatible device or would like a guided experience through the augmented reality exhibition, museum staff is hosting a series of presentations and tours during Miami Art Week.

AR Presentations:

  • Tuesday, Dec 5 | 10am ­– 4pm
  • Wednesday, Dec 6 | 10 – 11:45am and 1:15 – 4pm
  • Thursday, Dec 7 | 10am ­– 4pm

Guided AR Tours

  • Tuesday, Dec 5 | 10:30am – 12pm
  • Wednesday, Dec 6 | 12pm
  • Thursday, Dec 7 | 1pm

 

About Felice Grodin (Miami)
Felice Grodin is an artist with a background in architecture. Her practice focuses on the speculative integration of art and design by developing strategies for modeling our present conditions and making meaningful imprints upon them. Through ArtCenter/South Florida and the Bureau for Cultural Strategies (BUX), she is currently participating in the fellowship The Recalibrated Institution, a laboratory for developing and testing intelligences that address emerging and long-term systemic challenges. In addition, she is a member of the collaborative A.S.T. (Alliance of the Southern Triangle), an initiative exploring how artistic and cultural possibilities can be reimagined in light of climate change and political volatility by leveraging the dynamics already in process. She has also contributed essays to various publications including The Miami Rail. She obtained her Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University, where her thesis was a recipient of the Thomas J. Lupo Award for Metropolitan Studies, and her Master of Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University.