March 6–7, 2009
Named “The New Saturday Night” by New York Magazine (Jan., 16 – 23, 2009), Eyebeam’s MIXER series is dedicated to showcasing leading artists in the fields of live video and audio performance, interactivity and participatory practice.
Due to popular demand, MIXER: EXPO was expanded to two nights of performance and installations that turned our rough-and-ready warehouse space into a temporary village of creatively engineered pavilions themed around the idea of utopia. In sum: An alternate “World’s Fair” with NYC’s top DJs.
March 6 – 7, 2009
Fri., March 6, 9PM – 2AM: Installations + Tim Sweeney
Sat., March 7, 9PM – 2AM: Installations + Juan Maclean
LOCATION: Eyebeam: 540 W. 21st, NYC.
COST: Advance tickets $15 per night/ $30 Weekend Pass (Fri. + Sat.).
$20 per night at the door. 18+ / 21+ drink w/ ID.
Installations will remain on view at Eyebeam Saturday, March 7, Noon – 6PM, with free entry.
View pictures from MIXER: EXPO below.
People: Aaron Meyers, Aeolab, Al Laufeld, Anakin Koenig, Angelo Co, Caspar Stracke, Cati Vaucelle, Cheon pyo Lee, Chris Jordan, Craig Shepard, Daniel Perlin, Di Mainstone, Elise Co, G. Douglas Barrett, Jeff Crouse, Juan Maclean, Leslie Flanigan, Marisa Jahn, Mark Shepard, Nikita Pashinkov, Not an Alternative, Paul Amitai, Sean Meehan, Steve Shada, Taeyoon Choi, The Institute for Faith-Based Technology, The Loud Objects, Tim Sweeney, Tristan Perich
Tags: A/V, expo, mixer, party, performance