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Hans-Christoph Steiner spends his time making private communications software usable by everyone, designing interactive software with a focus on human perceptual capabilities, building networks with free software, and composing music with computers. With an emphasis on collaboration, he has worked in many forms, including free software for mobile and embedded devices, responsive sound environments, free wireless networks that help build community, musical robots that listen, programming environments allow people to play with math, and a jet-powered fish that you can ride. To further his research, he teaches and works at various media art centers and organizes open, collaborative hacklabs and barcamp conferences. He is currently building encrypted, anonymous communications devices as part of the Guardian Project as well as teaching courses in interaction design and media programming NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program and workshops around the world.

Eyebeam CV
2009FTeaching Artist
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2008F
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Brian Osborn collaborated with fluxxlab on event design and lighting for Eyebeam Benefit Version 3.0 and MIXER: VERSION (June 2009). Brian has 10 years of experience as an urban, landscape, and architectural designer, and is the co-founder of the design firm, BOTH with former Eyebeam resident Carmen Trudell. Brian previously worked for California based RRM Design Group and since founding BOTH, he has provided consulting services for SHoP Architects, SYSTEM Architects, and the Design Office for Research of Architecture (LABDORA).

Eyebeam CV
2009F
SExhibiting Artist
 
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One of Intake Manifold's "Causal Encounters" at Eyebeam Benefit Version 3.0

Intake Manifold is a New York-based collective of architects, designers, and artists led by Ouida Biddle. Intake Manifold participated in the Eyebeam Benefit Version 3.0 and MIXER: VERSION (June 2009).

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2009FExhibiting Artist
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People: Ouida Biddle
Tags: benefit, MIXER:VERSION, version3.0
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Art Jones is an image/sound manipulator working with film, digital video, audio and hybrid media. His films/videos, CD-ROMs, live audio/video mixes, and installations  concern the inter-relationships between music, visual culture, history and power.  His work makes extensive use of popular music and mainstream media as raw material to be sampled and re-combined in order to examine implicit meanings or suggest new ones. He has collaborated with musicians and artists including Soundlab, DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid, Phillip Virus with Alec Empire, Teleseen, Amiri Baraka, Femmes with Fatal Breaks, and Anti-Pop Consortium. He lives and works in New York City.

Eyebeam CV
2009F
SExhibiting Artist
 
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Aaron Meyers is a designer and programmer using generative strategies in the creation of software and moving image. Since earning his MFA at the USC Interactive Media Division in 2007, Meyers worked in the now-defunct Yahoo Design Innovation Team, taught classes at UCLA Design|Media Arts and continues to work on a variety of interactive projects for diverse clients that have included Digg, Radiohead, and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.

Prior to working as a Fellow at Eyebeam, as a Research Associate, Aaron was a frequent collaborator of Jeff Crouse, Eyebeam senior fellow. Their projects, Praying@Home and The World Series of 'Tubing were presented at Eyebeam MIXER events in March and June 2009, respectively.

Eyebeam CV
2011FFellow
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2010FFellow
SFellow
 
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Daniel Perlin is an artist based in New York. He works across media creating sound, video, objects and installations. His work has been shown at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, The Chelsea Art Museum, Postmaster’s Gallery, D’Amelio Terras, TN Probe Tokyo, Temporary Contemporary Gallery London, Guggenheim Film and the Centre Pompidou. Recently, he has collaborated with Natalie Jermijenko on the installation For the Birds for the Whitney Biennial 2006, Rem Koolhaas and Sanford Kwinter on the installation of Mutations, and with Vito Acconci on the public sound installation Viraphone in Madrid, Spain. He has also been the sound designer for such films as as Kelly Reichardt’s Old Joy, Errol Morris’ Fog Of War and Phil Morrison’s Junebug. In 2006 he completed a residency as studio artist at the Whitney Independent Study program. Currently, he is performing live video, sound  and researching mapping techniques.

Eyebeam CV
2009F
STeaching ArtistExhibiting Artist
2008FExhibiting Artist
SExhibiting Artist
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2007FExhibiting Artist
SExhibiting Artist
2006FExhibiting Artist
STeaching ArtistExhibiting Artist
2005FTeaching ArtistExhibiting Artist
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Photo: Adrian Vecchio (http://www.adrianvecchio.com) courtesy of Eyebeam.

Rashaad Newsome was born in New Orleans Louisiana where he received a BA in Art History from Tulane University. After moving to New York, he studied film and post-production at Film Video Arts. Newsome has exhibited and performed nationally and internationally at venues including The Kitchen, NYC; The Project Gallery, NYC; Ramis Barquet Gallry, NYC; K.U.E.L., Berlin; and Fondation Cartier, Paris. Recent awards include 2009 Rema Hort Mann Foundation Visual Arts Grant; 2009 ReBAC Community Arts Regrant and 2009 Harvestworks Van Lier Grant.

Eyebeam CV
2009FResident
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Art Fag City critic and series participant Paddy Johnson calls it, "The most challenging IRL Internet competition of the decade."

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June 2009
 
Hours: 
8PM – 12AM
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Eyebeam
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EYEBEAM BENEFIT VER3.0

JUNE 16, 2009
8PM – Midnight
EYEBEAM, 540 W. 21ST ST., NYC

PARTICIPATION REQUIRED: On June 16, 8 – 12AM join the creative process with glam cocktails, tasty food, deadly “big-yard” music, and a preview of the latest in art and technology. The Eyebeam Benefit is your chance to meet our all-star cast of contemporary artists and creative technologists, hob-knob with other like-minded creatives in our unique warehouse venue, and contribute to one of the most innovative art centers in North America, and arguably the most original in the world. All proceeds benefit Eyebeam educational programming, residencies and fellowships.

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Projects: Causal Encounters, Fever Karoke, FIVE, Hack Your Face, OMG I'm on .TV, Re-ware, Sansystem, Window Farms, World Series of 'Tubing
People: Aaron Meyers, Art Jones, Benton-C Bainbridge, Daniel Perlin, David Jimison, Fever Creative, Fluxxlab, Hans Christoph-Steiner, Intake Manifold, Jeff Crouse, Jon Cohrs, LoVid, Rashaad Newsome, Rebecca Bray and Britta Riley
Tags: 2009, benefit, eyebeam, version3.0
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Carmen Trudell and Jennifer Broutin, NYC-based architects, have designed a DIY device that can be attached to any swinging door as a closure assembly to locally capture and redistribute energy. At Eyebeam they will continue this research to harness human energy by creating a prototype that intervenes with people and architecture at an urban scale. The project’s goals are to increase the quantity of energy obtainable, engage in the larger discussion of sustainability and communicate the potential of human and technological participation in energy production and consumption.

Eyebeam CV
2007FResident
SResident
 
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