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LACMA × Snapchat: Monumental Perspectives

LACMA × Snapchat: Monumental Perspectives

This new initiative uses augmented reality to explore monuments and murals, representation, and history. Monumental Perspectives brings together artists and technologists to create virtual monuments that explore just some of the histories of Los Angeles communities in an effort to highlight perspectives from across the region. In consultation with community leaders and historians, the first cohort of artists, Mercedes DorameI.R. BachGlenn KainoRuben Ochoa, and Ada Pinkston, examine key moments, figures, and monumentality in the region’s past and present through augmented reality experiences.

Visitors can experience the augmented reality monuments at site-specific locations across Los Angeles including LACMA’s Wilshire Boulevard campus, MacArthur Park, Earvin “Magic” Johnson Park, and Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The monuments can also be experienced by anyone around the world, wherever they are. Learn more on how to experience the virtual monuments below.

LACMA × Snapchat: Monumental Perspectives (Collection II)

Monumental Perspectives brings together artists and technologists to create augmented reality monuments that explore just some of the histories of Los Angeles communities in an effort to highlight perspectives from across the region. In consultation with community leaders and historians, the second cohort of artists, Judy Baca, Sandra de la Loza, and Kang Seung Lee, examine changing landscapes and memory as a way to connect the past and the present through augmented reality experiences.

Visitors can experience the augmented reality monuments at site-specific locations across Los Angeles including Earvin “Magic” Johnson Park, Algin Sutton Recreation Center, and The Great Wall of Los Angeles. The monuments can also be experienced by anyone around the world, wherever they are on Snapchat by searching in Lens Explorer, via Snap Map, and by scanning the Snapcodes below. 

(press release)

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