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It's pretty cold outside so Eyebeam will be hibernating for just a little bit. We will reopen our doors to the public on the 18th February, 2014.

 

A letter from Eyebeam's Executive Director, Pat Jones:

Dear Eyebeam supporters,

Today, Eyebeam is kicking off our annual year-end fundraiser and we are asking for your support as we enter the next exciting chapter in the organization’s history.

 

The White Building and Eyebeam are thrilled to announce the inaugural recipient of this first-of-its kind joint residency program is James Bridle. The 5-month residency will begin in mid January of 2014 and run through June of 2014, the first half of the time will be spent at SPACE-run centre, The White Building, London and the second half at Eyebeam, New York.

Bridle’s proposed project sits at the intersection of all five of the areas of the residency call's inquiry. James’s research into the New Aesthetic (a term the artist coined) crosses into many areas of art, society and politics, examining the ways we explain technology to ourselves. In this project, James plans to address the ways in which the New Aesthetic might be considered specifically queer, and what can be learned from that reading of it.

About Bridle:

 

This call is open to all Chinese artists including Taiwan, Hong Kong and Chinese nationals living / working overseas.

RESIDENCY: ONE RESIDENCY BETWEEN MID-NOVEMBER 2013 AND MID-FEBRUARY 2014 FOR A PERIOD OF 4 – 6 WEEKS, HOSTED AT EYEBEAM IN NEW YORK

APPLICATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 15, 2013

With the generous support of Carroll / Fletcher Gallery, a London based contemporary art gallery, TASML is pleased to announce its new artist residence award: TASML | Carroll Fletcher Chinese Artist Residence Award. The award will provide emerging Chinese media artists with an unique opportunity to engage with cutting edge research and production at the intersection of art, science and technology in some of the most innovative media art and design laboratories around the world. From March 2013 until February 2015, two artists will be selected annually through an international open-call for proposal submissions.

 
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