Past Events


Main Space: Lumarca

January 12, 2012 - February 4, 2012

Lumarca is a truly volumetric display which allows viewers to see three dimensional images and motion. The system requires only acomputer, a projector, and common materials found at most hardware stores. Its scale is limited only by the size of the projected image and your own ambition.

This work, a...

  1. Albert Hwang

  2. Matthew Parker


Project Space: Gifpumper + Group Show

January 12, 2012 - February 2, 2012 is a social platform by Eyebeam Resident Slava Balasanov which allows for the creation of 3d websites with 2d content found online. Users are able to manipulate content on a given page together, in real-time. To celebrate the public launch of the site, Balasanov has invited 10 artists to...

  1. Slava Balasanov


Project Space: Foofwa & Alan Sondheim

January 3, 2012 - January 7, 2012

Eyebeam Resident Alan Sondheim and dancer/choreographer Foofwa are performing intermittently in the Eyebeam Project Space between January 3rd and 7th from noon to 6PM each day. This experimental multi-media installation juxtaposes virtual choreography with on-the-fly movement, all set to a soundtrack of exclusive innerness....

  1. Alan Sondheim (with Foofwa)


After School Spring 2012

January 2, 2012 - February 15, 2012

"White Noise, Blind Spot" is an after school arts and technology intensive and paid leadership opportunity for NYC area high school students. Each year students in Eyebeam's After School Atelier (ASA) program are given the opportunity to work on projects cooperatively with Eyebeam Residents and Fellows, professional mentors,...

  1. Kyle Kessler

  2. Marisa Jahn

  3. Tahir Hemphill


Open Studios: Winter 2011

December 16, 2011 - December 17, 2011

A two-day presentation at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center allowing an inside look at current research and in-progress work. Open Studios is a chance to meet the amazing artists and creative technologists that make Eyebeam an exciting creative incubator of new ideas, new art, and new technology: Think, Make, Share.


  1. Aaron Meyers

  2. Alan Sondheim

  3. Alexander Chen

  4. Ariana Marini

  5. Beatriz da Costa

  6. Carrie Mae Rose

  7. Fran Ilich

  8. Giulia Girgenti

  9. Ian Antoni

  10. Mark Shepard

  11. Mary Mattingly

  12. Matthew Parker

  13. Nova Jiang

  14. Slava Balasanov

  15. Taeyoon Choi

  16. Tanjhid Choudhury

  17. Toni Koval


Window Gallery: MahungArt

December 15, 2011 - January 21, 2012

MahungArt, a new work by Eyebeam Resident Matt Parker, will be on display in the Eyebeam Window Gallery from January 2nd-23rd.

MahungArt is a generative visual piece, designed around a system of color matching triangles. When a triangle shares a side with another triangle of the same color, it fades...

  1. Matt Parker



December 13, 2011

VTE will be on display at Eyebeam on December 13th, 4-8PM

This piece is the outcome of research and experimentation conducted by students of the 'Collaborative Media Workshop.' This workshop, led by...

  1. Andrew Demirjian

  2. Jackson Moore


Workshop: NYC Open Sensor Network

December 2, 2011

Where's the data? Technology has progressed to the point that we as citizens with concerns or interests can leverage open source hardware and software together with cloud platforms like Pachube to quickly and cheaply build the systems we need to get the data we want - data that matters...

  1. Mark Shepard


Opening Reception: The Creatomatic

December 1, 2011

Join us on December 1st for the opening reception of the “Creatomatic” exhibition.

On display will be a collection of artworks generated using the “Creatomatic” software, designed to accelerate the imagination and prompt new inventions. They include: “Candelier” by Takeshi Miyakawa, a chandelier cast entirely out of...

  1. Austin Wieland

  2. Greg Witt

  3. Jacob Tonski

  4. Leonard Tirulnikov

  5. Nova Jiang

  6. Takeshi Miyakawa


Project Space: The Creatomatic

November 29, 2011 - December 20, 2011

"Creatomatic" is a piece of software designed to accelerate the imagination and prompt new inventions. It works by randomly juxtaposing diagrams of two everyday objects from a selection of hundreds. Through free association, the two objects can prompt the invention of an entirely new...

  1. Austin Wieland

  2. Greg Witt

  3. Jacob Tonski

  4. Katie Koepfinger

  5. Leonard Tirulnikov

  6. Nova Jiang

  7. Takeshi Miyakawa


Cicatrix, Charred Bodies: Pain and Redemption in...

November 28, 2011 - December 11, 2011

Cicatrix, Charred Bodies: Pain and Redemption in Virtual and Real Worlds opens at the Eyebeam Window Gallery on November 29th. "Cicatrix" refers to scar tissue, and for his installation Eyebeam Resident Alan Sondheim juxtaposes early radio equipment with contemporary models of virtual avatars to meditate on virtuality as it...

  1. Alan Sondheim


Mini Arcade At Eyebeam

November 16, 2011 - December 20, 2011

Mini Arcade at Eyebeam Bookstore is an experimental installation consisting of 3 pieces by Kaho Abe, Fran Ilich and Matthew Parker. Inspired by game centers of the '80s, the exhibition aims to examine how game centers can exist in the present to create a physical location for game play.

  1. Fran Ilich

  2. Kaho Abe

  3. Matthew Parker


Open Call: Art & Technology Internships

November 12, 2011

Eyebeam's Residents and Fellows are seeking interns offering a wide range of skill sets and interests to contribute to the production of technology-based artworks. Artist internships provide students with unique, hand-on learning opportunities. An Eyebeam Artist Intern could be a visual artist with an interest in gaining...

  1. Albert Hwang

  2. Maria Michails

  3. Matt Parker

  4. Taeyoon Choi


Visualizing Marathon 2011

November 4, 2011 - November 6, 2011 presents the 2011 NYC Visualizing Marathon: a 24-hour student data visualization competition. Inspired by robotics competitions and science fairs, the Marathon was...


Xlab 2011: Design of Location

November 3, 2011

Eyebeam and SEGD partner to present Xlab 2011: Design of Location, an event connecting innovation, technology, and communication design in the built environment. It will explore the location-based navigation technologies that are radically changing how people experience physical spaces.


GameMaker: Teens Making Location Based Games with...

September 29, 2011

This fall, NYC teens are invited to spend 5-weeks learning how to design games for mobile devices at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center. Teens will work in small groups and design their own location based mobile games using iPhones (iPhones will be provided for use during the workshop).

  1. Ingrid Erickson

  2. Kaho Abe

  3. Kyle Li

  4. LeAnne Wagner


Gallery Wall: Life Garden

October 27, 2011 - December 15, 2011

The Life Garden is an anti-cancer medicinal and demonstration garden. Currently on display are our first attempts at growing various plants and herbs indoors that commonly need outdoor space in various different climate zones. Additional experiments are taking place inside the bookstore gallery wall. 

  1. Beatriz da Costa

  2. Donald Daedalus


Project Space: Dying for the Other

October 25, 2011 - November 13, 2011

Dying for the Other, is part of Eyebeam Artist in Residence Beatriz da Costa's Cost of Life series.

It is a video triptych addressing the shared suffering between the mice used in breast cancer research and humans afflicted with the same disease. For...

  1. Beatriz da Costa