Virtual Exhibition: #fail

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Experience #fail, an exhibition of works by 25 artists that expose the systemic failures facing our world – now available virtually in interactive 3D! Explore the exhibition from your computer or mobile device, and browse additional content including performances, artist interviews, and more.

Explore the Exhibition in 3D on the Matterport Platform!

How to get started:

After following the link, you will be dropped into the floor plan for the exhibition. The “Help” menu icon in the lower right, will open a screen with “Navigation” instructions, and “More Help” explaining the features of the Matterport platform. For the best experience, it is recommended to view the exhibition in "Full Screen" mode, via the icon in the lower right corner. To navigate the entire space from above, click the "Dollhouse" icon in the lower left corner of your screen.

Navigating the space:

To move through the space with your mouse, click on the screen to move or “walk” around, click and drag to shift your view or “look” around, and use your scroll function to focus your view larger or smaller. To navigate using a keyboard, the up and down arrows move you forward and back, the left and right arrows shift your view, and the plus and minus keys focus in and out. For navigation help in the app, click "More Help" for details.

Exploring the works:

Each work of art in the exhibition is marked with a blue orb – click or tap on a marker to learn more about each work and view related content! Please note that some works are located outside of the CAC building and inside the CAC Atrium.

Watch the Performance: Melody of Certain Damage #4 and #10 by Naama Tsabar

In the series Melodies of Certain Damage, Naama Tsabar appropriates the iconic and overtly macho trope of breaking the guitar. Tsabar breaks guitars, but not for the public – and the act is not the climax but rather the process, the beginning of the creation. The death of the object becomes the starting point of the new project.

Enjoy this special recording of the work performed live and recorded Saturday, March 12 at the CAC New Orleans, featuring performers Tasche de la Rocha, Larkin Grimm, and Naama Tsabar.

#fail Artist Video Featurettes

The CAC presents two special featurettes with #fail artists Sinisa Kukec and Nathalie Alfonso that delve into what inspires their work and artistic practice.

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About the Exhibition
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About the Curator: Anthony Spinello
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About Inter[SECTOR]
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#fail

Saturday Mar 12 – Sunday Jun 19, 2022
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Naama Tsabar Melodies of Certain Damage Opus 3 performance shot CCA 2018 Photo by Eyal Agavayev
Supported by

The CAC's virtual exhibition for #fail was made possible with support from The Knight Foundation. The participation of Miami-based artists in #fail is made possible with support from Oolite Arts.

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
The Helis Foundation
New Orleans Tourism and Cultural Fund
Welch Family Foundation
Sydney and Walda Besthoff Foundation
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