Produced at Eyebeam, the annual presentation of new work created in Eyebeam studios presents a range of projects including installations, talks, workshops and live performances. Works from artists Brian Alfred, D-Fuse, Julia Loktev, LoVid, Christian Marclay, Anthony McCall, Chihcheng Peng and Robot Clothes use technology to explore creative practice with themes of performance and algorithms pervading much of the work.
Please join us for the closing reception Saturday Dec. 17, 5-7pm.
- November 11, 8pm: Screen Play - performance of Christian Marclay’s new video score - November 19, 12-6pm: Automated Lives - panel discussion/workshop with Robot Clothes - Kiss Blink Sync Vessel
Anthony McCall's You and I is a light sculpture and video installation based on two 25 foot projected forms of 'solid' light.' Projecting downwards through a darkened, foggy space, the light takes on formal properties and a physicality of its own. During the course of a 60 minute viewing cycle, the two forms move in continuous motion, each gradually shifting toward the formal properties of the other until their positions have been reversed.
You and I was realized with the assistance of Eyebeam's Production Co-op, with programming by Eric Socolofsky.