Past Events


LAB MAG Launch

December 12, 2006

Eyebeam is please to host the launch of LAB MAG, a fluid Portable Document Format publication, which collects the work of artists, designers and writers.

The launch format will include a series of presentations (beginning at 6:30PM) by architect Vito Acconci of Acconci Studio, experimental-poet Jena Osman, artist...

  1. Adam Pendleton

  2. Jena Osmon

  3. Vito Acconci


Holiday Hackshop 2006

December 9, 2006

Just in time for holiday gift-giving season, Saturday, December 9, Eyebeam will be transformed into Santa's tech-workshop with a day full of artist-led workshops and DIY activities for people of all ages.  It's all part of the third annual Holiday Hackshop. Eyebeam's elves go "enviro-friendly" this year with projects focused...

  1. Angie Eng

  2. Ben Engebreth

  3. Benton-C Bainbridge

  4. Diane Ludin

  5. Ed Bringus

  6. Huong Ngo

  7. Jake Borndal

  8. Jeff Feddersen

  9. Kate Scherer

  10. Kyle Lapidus

  11. Limor Fried

  12. Liz Slagus


Upgrade! International DIY in Oklahoma City 2006

November 30, 2006 - December 3, 2006


Traveling across the globe from cities such as Berlin, Jerusalem, Istanbul, Seoul and Salvador, artists came together in Oklahoma City to present art and ideas to each other and the community in the second annual meeting of Upgrade! International....


UPGRADE! NY: tobias c. van Veen, Trace Reddell, and...

November 10, 2006

Upgrade! NY

November 2006

tobias c. van Veen (curates Upgrade! Montréal), Trace Reddell and Jamie Allen performed and discussed their new audio works.

  1. Jamie Allen

  2. tobias c. van Veen

  3. Trace Reddell


Ingen Titel

October 19, 2006 - November 4, 2006

Eyebeam presents an exhibition of animated still lifes created by Veronica Skogberg during her year-long fellowship in Eyebeam's Production Studio. Ingen Titel (or roughly translated to Untitled in Skogberg's native Swedish) will be on view through Nov. 4 with a special opening reception Oct. 19, 6-8pm. The...

  1. Veronica Skogberg


Architecture and Situated Technologies

October 19, 2006 - October 21, 2006

Eyebeam is pleased to host a portion of the Architecture and Situated Technologies Symposium organized by the Architecture League in co-production with the Center for Virtual Architecture at the University at Buffalo and the Institute for Distributed Creativity.

  1. Anne Galloway

  2. Charlie Gere

  3. Eric Paulos

  4. Jonah Brucker-Cohen

  5. Karmen Franinovic

  6. Kazys Varnellis

  7. Mark Shepard

  8. Mette Ramsgard Thomsen

  9. Michael Fox

  10. Natalie Jeremijenko

  11. Omar Khan

  12. Peter Hadell

  13. Richard Coyne

  14. Sheila Kennedyt

  15. Trebor Scholz

  16. Usman Haque


Bit by Bit, Cell by Cell

October 5, 2006

Join us to celebrate the release of Bit by Bit, Cell by Cell (Innova), the latest World of Awe project. The music CD is a collaboration between media artist Yael Kanarek, composer Yoav Gal and dancefilmmaker Evann Siebens.

In World of Awe a traveler searches for a lost treasure in a parallel world called Sunset/Sunrise...

  1. Evann Siebens

  2. Yael Kanarek

  3. Yoav Gal


Reentry: New York City

September 21, 2006 - October 21, 2006

Studies for Synthetic Meteors

Reentry: New York City merges iconic night cityscapes with HD computer simulations in a series of studies for a daring new public art project: synthetic meteor showers in the Manhattan sky. Evoking the spectacle of the Apocalyptic Sublime painting movement...

  1. Ben Engebreth

  2. Bill Dolson

  3. Evan Harper

  4. Margaret Heinlen


UPGRADE! NY: kanarinka

September 14, 2006

Upgrade! NY
September 2006

Mapping impulses, locative media projects and psychogeographic investigations of place and community have proliferated over the past decade.

  1. Catherine D’Ignazio


UPGRADE! NY: We Passion Power and Control – the dark...

August 29, 2006

Upgrade! NY
August 2006

This time the Upgrade event attempted to take on the dark desires beyond the basic art/privacy/surveillance discourse.

Through three projects exercising different modes of surveillance we discussed artists jealousy of authoritative powers and the desire to posses these...

  1. Andrew Schneider

  2. Christian Croft

  3. David Nolen

  4. Mirit Tal

  5. Mushon Zer-Aviv

  6. Ryan Holsopple

  7. Toshiaki Ozawa


Metaverse Roadmap Pre-Release Party

August 10, 2006

On Thursday, August 10th from 6-9 PM Eyebeam hosts a Metaverse Roadmap Pre-Release Party with a series of short presentations and open conversations about the emerging metaverse space and what the Metaverse Roadmap has uncovered so far.

  1. Jerry Paffendorf

  2. Mark Wallace

  3. Michael Frumin

  4. Paul Hemp

  5. Prokofy Neva

  6. Sibley Verbeck

  7. Tony Parisi


Living Culture

July 27, 2006

Living Culture is a screening program of short moving image works addressing the impact of genetics and biotechnology on art. The screening complements work produced in the 2006 Summer School and Digital Day Camp programs presented in an exhibition devoted to similar themes.

  1. Adam Zaretsky

  2. Bradley Eros

  3. Casey Reas

  4. Gair Dunlop

  5. Gina Czarnecki

  6. Justine Cooper

  7. Lorenzo Oggiano

  8. Melanie Crean

  9. Oron Catts

  10. Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr

  11. Paul Vanouse

  12. Sophie Springer


Vahida Ramujkic Book Launch

July 20, 2006

Join Artist in Residence Vahida Ramujkic at a reception for the launch of her book "Schengen with ease" outlining the Assimil method,* a systematic study of all the bureaucratic steps a "non-EU" citizen might face while trying to obtain EU status, that would permit him to enjoy freedom of movement and the possibility of legal...

  1. Vahida Ramujkic


Laboratory Methods

July 10, 2006 - July 31, 2006

Workshop participants learned the fundamentals of animal anatomy, dissection and culturing that are used to investigate specimens. The workshop was held in an open forum setting with orientation to the history of artistic practice in the scientific field. It was part of the Eyebeam Digital Day Camp Series for 2006.  At the...

  1. Julia Reodica


Digital Day Camp 2006

July 10, 2006 - August 1, 2006

Digital Day Camp 06 (DDC06) focused on the relevance of and issues surrounding biotechnology projects by artists and activists. Students studied the fundamentals and ethics behind biological research (ie animal testing, germ warfare, bacteria and vaccines, dna, food growth and nano-technology) and green...

  1. Adam Zaretsky

  2. Julia Reodica

  3. Liz Slagus

  4. Paul Vanouse

  5. Sophie Barrett-Kahn



July 9, 2006 - August 12, 2006

Projects, politics and proposals inspired by artists and activists

  1. Adam Zaretsky

  2. Julia Reodica

  3. Justine Cooper

  4. Paul Vanouse

Printed Matter

July 7, 2006 - July 29, 2006

Meagher's class Printed Matter is presented as part of Eyebeam's After-School Atelier (ASA) a semester-long program that provides NYC public high school and middle school students the opportunity to work in a studio environment and develop new media art projects under the guidance of Eyebeam's Teaching Artists....

  1. Patrick Meagher


Amateur Enthusiast Biotech Workshop

July 1, 2006

Amateur Enthusiast Biotech Workshop
This workshop explores DNA imaging techniques within a ceative practice. The workshop is an introduction to DNA identification processes, contextualized by discussion of typical uses in the biotech sphere, ultimately aimed at expanding discourse and opening doors for...

  1. Paul Vanouse