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Berner is a graduate of the MS in Digital Imaging & Design at NYU's CADA program. Of Austrian decent, he grew up in Germany and received an undergraduate degree in Communication Design from Dusseldorf University. He came to the States in 1992 to run the New York offices of Select and The Manipulator photography magazines. Before going back to school for his MS degree, he worked as Director of Motion for the Eisnor Interactive Internet agency, founded the Permanent Eye Pictures independent film production company, and produced/directed music videos and commercials for Elektra, Universal, Def Jam, Palomar Pictures and Crossroads. Berner taught introductory and intermediate level Maya 3D workshops at Eyebeam as part of their Spring 2004 Moving Image and Interactive Sound/Graphic Environment Software workshop series.  

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Christian Jankowski is a German artist who lives and works in New York.  He works multimedial in the very sense of the word: he works with installation, video, photography, performance and literature. By combining different mediums or putting them in relation, the borders between fiction and reality are nearly abolished. At the same time also the border between private and public are often merged.

 
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Stracke is a German moving image artist who has lived and worked in New York since 1993. His film and video work has been shown internationally at MoMa, NY; Yerba Buena, SF; Filmmuseum Frankfurt; Reina Sofia, Madrid; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and ZKM, Karlsruhe among others. While in residence at Eyebeam, he will be working on a video installation entitled "points of presence," a single channel video installation projected on a rotating transparent screen. Presence will continue a series of installation and film projects in which two or more urban environments are visually interwoven and juxtaposed with one another.

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Christian Marclay is a New York based visual artist and composer whose innovative work explores the juxtaposition between sound recording, photography, video and film. Born in California and raised in Geneva (Switzerland), he studied sculpture at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and at Cooper Union in New York. As performer and sound artist Christian Marclay has been experimenting, composing and performing with phonograph records and turntables since 1979 to create his unique "theater of found sound." Marclay has collaborated with musicians such as John Zorn, Elliott Sharp, Fred Frith, Zeena Parkins, Shelley Hirsh, Christian Wolff, Butch Morris, Otomo Yoshihide, Arto Lindsay, and Sonic Youth among many others.

 
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Andrea was responsible for Special Events at Eyebeam.  She hosted the Blog Fever workshop as part of Eyebeam's Summer School 2004.  Her video Ultra Hanami was screened during the Inaugural Artists in Residence benefit in 2004.

 

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Chihcheng Peng recently matriculated from the Film/Video/Media Arts program of the California College of the Arts in Oakland/San Francisco. His undergraduate studies were done at the University of California at Davis where he studied Creative Writing. His videos have screened in dozens of festivals and venues, including Siggraph, The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, The Ann Arbor Film Festival, SFIAAFF, The Pacific Film Archive, SF Cinematheque, and Resfest. Chih grew up in Los Alamos, New Mexico, birthplace of the atomic bomb.

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A founder of art works using light, Martin has, since the 60's, created seminal new media works. As early as 1968, Howard Wise called his work "cybernetic" for the way he applied information processes. In his works "Well" and "Interaction Room," the electronic systems were the interface between the viewer and the event and process of the sculpture or installed environment. He created the electronic and optical configurations for these in his own studio, and when necessary, commissioned help from the new generation of engineers and scientists forging new ways and methods. 

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A bear walks into Subway and then decides there is nothing worth eating there. Then as is expected he’s hunted down and shot. I’ve walked out of Subway disappointed too, but i’ve never gotten shot.

Also, doesn’t it look the bear didn’t need the wheel chair access button? I think he used his hands.

 
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