Digital Paintings in Augmented Reality
“As an Indigenous visual artist, I tell cross-cultural stories in immersive ways.”– Kiowa Jan
How to view the “Indigenous Planet” Augmented Reality Art Show in the Membit Viewing Room app
- Download Membit Viewing Room from the App store (iOS only)
- Click on “Indigenous Planet”
- Then click on “KIOWA JAN”
- Then follow the on-screen instructions and enjoy!
USER TIP: On the right-hand side, the vertical slider allows you to see the paintings on a white wall or you can slide it down to remove the wall.
About Indigenous Planet
“Indigenous Planet,” is based on the Four Seasons—one of the seven lessons of the Native American Medicine Wheel—where I digitally painted the Spring, Summer, Fall and upcoming Winter of my life.
|Ancient Bison Yellow||Yellow, represents Spring when I was born in Oklahoma, where the Bison used to roam freely.|
|London Dreamcatcher Red||Red, represents Summer, when I grew up in England.|
|Brooklyn Bridge Black||Black, represents Fall, where I currently live in New York City.|
|Future Space White||White, represents Winter, where we all just may end up in space! The turtle represents Turtle Island, which is a name for North America, used by some Indigenous Peoples in the United States and First Nations people based on Indigenous creation stories.|
About Kiowa Jan
Jan Iverson (aka Kiowa Jan), is a multimedia storyteller, visual artist and Native American flute player from the Kiowa and Apache Tribes of Oklahoma.
Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, she moved to the United Kingdom with her adoptive family at a young age, and subsequently grew up in England, where she began her media career and traveled throughout Europe and Africa.
She is the recipient of the 2019 Vanguard Award in New York for outstanding performance and excellence in nontraditional careers from the Nontraditional Employment & Training Program and the Center for Women in Government. As an award-winning journalist, Jan applies her expertise and creativity in global content development and creative operations. She lives with her son in New York City.
Jan is currently pushing the bounds of technology in extended reality with an emphasis in augmented reality.