Event Pass Information Event Pass TypePriceQuantity Student with Valid ID$10.00 USD 0 1 General Public$20.00 USD 0 1 Event Details Experience Bird’s Eye View, an augmented reality (AR) artwork by NYC-based artist Shuli Sadé. Bird’s Eye View, is inspired by studies of bird migration and human immigration along the lower Hudson River. Located at various sites along Battery Park City’s riverfront, Bird’s-Eye View is a temporary art installation inspired by the migration patterns of more than 30 species of birds that seek temporary or permanent refuge near Manhattan’s waterways. Designed to explore AR as a new art medium, the installation uses photographs and original watercolors by Sadé to bring Battery Park City’s wildlife directly to the viewer’s smartphone. Using the Adobe Aero app and a smartphone camera, viewers can scan 70 QR codes placed on 14 different signs along the water to view local birds while exploring their habitats and migratory patterns. Speakers: Shuli Sadé, Artist, Sade Studio About the Speakers: Shuli Sade’s cross-disciplinary artwork blends theory and practice with a focus on memory, space, and urbanism. Her work creates maps of urban memory, reflecting the DNA of a city. She mixes mediums including photography, videography, augmented reality, site-specific installations, sculpture, and drawing. Her recent exhibitions include Bird’s Eye View, an AR Public Art Installation, Battery Park City, NYC (2022); Upstream Downstream, an AR Public Art Installation, Riverside Park, NYC (2021); Re: Growth (2021); Fluid Formations, Gensler, Washington DC (2019); Wild_Heterotopias, an AR installation at the High Line Nine Galleries as well as on the High Line (2019); Solid Red, Galleria Ethra, Mexico City (2018); and Day Dreams, an AR installation at Montefiore Medical Center, the Bronx, NY (2017). Selected grants Sadé has received are the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant (2014) and the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (1991). She has taught and lectured at the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture, Parsons School of Design, Columbia University, Barnard College, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design School of Architecture. Her work is represented by Galleria Ethra, Mexico City. She currently lives in NYC and works at her studio at Mana Contemporary, NJ. Instructions: Meet at the corner of Battery Park City Esplanade and North Esplanade, New York, NY 10282 (40.718651, -74.016654) Link Please download Adobe Aero free App on either iPhones or iPads prior to beginning of tour. Note: Android cannot be used with the Adobe Aero app.