installation

Start Date: 
28 Mar 2014 - 7 Apr 2014
Hours: 
Fri 3/28 7PM-10PM, Sat 3/29 10AM-6PM, Sun 3/30 10AM-6PM
Cost: 
$375 Regular (Deadline for $300 Early Registration Passed)
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Mappathon is a 3-day projection mapping marathon workshop, followed by a week-long art installation exhibited at Eyebeam and open to the public.  Learn the latest projection mapping techniques and technologies, and then collaborate to create a final advanced site-specific project, from conception to execution and maintenance.

This workshop teaches participants the latest technology for mapping video projections on physical surfaces, moving away from the traditional confines of the screen to sculptures and building facades and interiors.  The primary software tools taught in the workshop are MadMapper and Modul8.  MadMapper enables designers and artists to realize their ideas without getting bogged down in technical details.

 
Hours: 
12:00PM-6:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Dual Exhibition, Book Launch and Performative Reading at Eyebeam Storefront

Opening: Thursday, November 14, 6pm – 9pm
Performative Reading: Paul Amitai & eteam, 7pm

 
Hours: 
Seatings nightly at 7:00PM + 9:15PM
Cost: 
$80 Monday-Saturday, $45 Sunday
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Monkey Town 3
June 13 - August 11, 7 nights/week
Screenings: 7pm + 9:15pm 
Purchase Tickets! 

Monkey Town, the first experimental, completely immersive film and food experience, returns to NYC at Eyebeam this summer, June 13 • August 11, for a two month nightly pop up before launching a national tour.

Special Event Nights:

Thursday, August 1
R Luke Dubois + Emilie Baltz + Andre Vida + TBA
A night of live music, live visuals, and live food! 

 
People: Alison Mennor, Annie Pearlman, Astrid Menze, Ben Ridgway, Brian Close, Bunny Rogers + Filip Olszewski, Chris Rice, Errol Morris, Eve Sussman, Fred Hua, Jack + Leigh Ruby, Josh Cross, Kathy Rose, Maggie Lee, Max Sussman, Montgomery Knott, Nacxi Gaxiola, Peter Burr, Shana Moulton, Simon Lee, Tara Sinn, Theo Angell, Trisha Baga, Will Rahilly, Will Strobeck, Zefrey Throwell
Tags: event, Film, food, installation, screening
Start Date: 
14 May 2013 - 8 Jun 2013
Hours: 
Tues. - Sat., 12-6PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Eyebeam is pleased to present moving-image artist Lauri Astala"s latest interactive installation On Disappearance (2012). 

On Disappearance deals with the changes in our spatiotemporal experience and our social encounters induced by current communication technologies. The installation aims to destroy the norm of the traditional, cinematic black cube, wherein the role of the spectator is limited to that of passive observer, experiencing a mediated reality.

 
People: Lauri Astala
Tags: video, moving image, installation

virtual worlds


they get stuck in this life and yearn to return to the other

they are held back by memory and skin which falls from their seasons

they cannot move but are made from layers torn from their flesh

you are stuck in pain, you are held back, you cannot move

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small models of splayed and abstracted avatars in pain
they are fleeing from it

radio sounds from antique radio equipment
you lean against glass and hear the flesh of the earth

photographs of a small child doomed to make these things
the child is doomed to listen to these things too

images of dead soldiers against your eyes
you cannot think anything but images of dead soldiers

books of martyrs and tortures and torments closed
you cannot read through covers telling your cold future

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lament maquette for the dead as the world oozes human beings

 

I have now the entire text "Krasis" posted online on my website:

http://www.monika-weiss.com/writings.php

 

- From Monika Weiss; we're collaborating in a few months. I respect her work incredibly; she works with uncomfortable issues of history, memory, mourning, lamentation... - please check out.

 

- Alan

 
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Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, High Seas, 2007. Image courtesy: Postmasters Gallery

In High Seas, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy simulate the sensation of being aboard a vessel in rough waters using camera, video projection, and a Titanic ship model. The installation was originally designed for a model for a model of the Dreadnought, a packet ship that transported goods and passengers long distances but which ultimately wrecked off the tip of South America in 1896, now in the collection of the Addison Gallery of American Art. For this installation of High Seas, a model of the Titanic replaces the Dreadnought. The video projection allows you to imaging the experience on board during a sever storm at sea.

Project Created: 
February 2007
 
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Marisa Olson is an artist and media theorist whose interdisciplinary work addresses  the cultural history of technology and the politics of participation in pop culture. She's exhibited at the Venice Biennale, Whitney, Centre Pompidou, Tate(s) Modern + Liverpool, the Nam June Paik Art Center, the British Film Institute, Sundance, PERFORMA, and PS122 and been reviewed in Artforum, Art21, Liberation, Folha de Sao Paolo, the Village Voice, the Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere. As originator of the term 'Postinternet Art,' she has contributed to several notable anthologies and has forthcoming books in English & Spanish devoted to the subject. She has also written for Wired, Flash Art, Art Review, Afterimage, and Art on Paper and curated exhibitions and programs at the Guggenheim; SFMOMA; White Columns; Artists Space; Zero1; SF Camerawork, where she was Associate Director; and Rhizome, where she was Editor & Curator.

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Based on Actual Event (2003)

Three-channel video installation

Reynold Reynolds's three-channel video installation, Based on an Actual Event, looks at the fictional portrayal of American military forces in 20th century war. While each film simulates an actual event, each new war simulates previous wars as shown in popular films. Conceptions of war become reality through the depiction of war as entertainment.

Reynolds is a filmmaker living and working in New York City. His films have been screened at the Sundance, Rotterdam and New York Film Festivals, among others. He received an MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts, New York, and has studied film and physics at the University of Colorado, Bould

Project Created: 
March 2003
 
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n-cha(n)t is an audio visual installation that allows participants to eavesdrop on or infiltrate the conversational patterns of a networked community of computers.  Inspiration for the work came from a strong and somewhat inexplicable desire to hear a community of computers speaking together: chattering amongst themselves, musing, intoning chants.  n-cha(n)t was exhibited as part of Prix Selection at Eyebeam Atelier.

Project Created: 
March 2004
 
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