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Description

Discover the legacy of Sol LeWitt – a pioneer of Minimalism and Conceptual art – like never before. In collaboration with Microsoft, the Sol LeWitt Estate has leveraged world-class technology such as artificial intelligence (AI) to allow audiences the opportunity to explore the life, process, and works of LeWitt. With the Sol LeWitt app, you can go far beyond a museum visit or the pages of your art history book. His art and process truly come alive: Scan a Wall Drawing: Visit select LeWitt artworks across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Use your device’s camera to scan them and learn more about that piece and the process behind it. Virtual Studio Tour: An interactive, 360-degree look at LeWitt’s studio in Chester, Connecticut, which is usually closed to the public. Click on different objects to learn more about each. Mapping LeWitt: Explore LeWitt's life within a map-driven timeline to see his global influence. Enable your device’s GPS to see how far you are from the closest scannable artwork. Work Themes: A collection of rich-media articles highlighting 6 of LeWitt's work themes and featuring never-before-seen audio, video, and sketches from LeWitt himself. The Sol LeWitt App is written and curated by Lindsay Aveilhé, editor of the catalogue raisonné Sol LeWitt Wall Drawings. For more on the collaboration, please visit microsoft.com/lewitt

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Additional information

Published by

Sol LeWitt

Release date

25/09/2020

Approximate size

82.67 MB

Age rating

For ages 3 and over


This app can

Use your location
Use your webcam
Use your microphone
Access your Internet connection
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Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Accessibility

The product developer believes that this product meets accessibility requirements, making it easier for everyone to use.

Language supported

English (United States)


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