Nancy Baker Cahill is an award-winning interdisciplinary artist whose hybrid practice focuses on systemic power, consciousness, and the human body. She creates research-based immersive experiences, video installations, and conceptual blockchain projects rooted in the history of drawing. Her monumental augmented reality (AR) artworks extend and subvert the lineage of land art, often highlighting the climate crisis, civics, and a desire for more equitable futures. She is the founder and artistic director of 4th Wall, a free AR public art platform exploring site interventions, resistance, and inclusive creative expression. She has exhibited internationally at museums and galleries, and her solo exhibition Slipstream: Table of Contents was recently acquired by LACMA. In 2023, she will have her first solo mid-career retrospective exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art which will travel in 2024. In addition, The Whitney Museum has commissioned and will acquire an Artport video and AR installation, launching in the fall of 2023.