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MIXER was Eyebeam's event series showcasing audiovisual performance and interactive art curated and produced by Paul Amitai (2007-11).

Each MIXER event featured live performances by video artists, musicians, VJs and DJs, as well as innovative new interactive artwork by Eyebeam artists and the NYC community that require audience participation and ancourage creative play. Each MIXER was organized around a theme – from the mythical NYC underground to the World's Fair to the Olympics. Hybrid in format, and Eyebeam in spirit – collaborative, spontaneous and a little off-the-wall – MIXER electrified Eyebeam’s vast former Chelsea space for an art party quite unlike any other.

 
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Featuring live music performance by SUN RA ARKESTRA!ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED. PLEASE PURCHASE AT THE DOOR STARTING AT 9PM. MIXER, Eyebeam’s quarterly showcase for audiovisual performance and interactive art, goes back to the future – to the dawn of the imagined internet.On Saturday, April 9, MIXER: Past Futures transforms Eyebeam’s vast West Chelsea space into an immersive environment combining video, music, design, and fashion to evoke visions of the future – both utopian and dystopian – as depicted through literature, movies, and video games of the recent past. MIXER: Past Futures conjures the spirit of both early internet theories and visual style, suggesting an alternate version of our own current reality, reflecting what was and what could be.
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  Seasons greetings from Eyebeam! Join us on Saturday, December 11, 3-9PM for Holiday MIXER, our all-ages, year-end party with hands-on workshops, demonstrations, interactive art, performances, DIY gifts, raffle, and competitive cocktail mixology featuring Eyebeam's fellows and residents!DJs Michna and Aarnio spinning 3-9PM.Rickshaw Dumpling Truck serving 4-8PM!Online admission ticket sales are now closed. Please purchase at the door. ---SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES--- RAFFLE:
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MIXER, Eyebeam's audiovisual art party, returns with a night of mind-bending high energy video, performance, and live music on Saturday, September 25, 9PM. Presenting new performance work by Extreme Animals (Eyebeam Fellow and former Paper Rad member Jacob Ciocci and David Wightman) and DâM-FunK performing a hot live set of electro and boogie funk. Live visuals by Ghostdad and Bennett4Senate. DJ sets by Rev. Shines (Lifesavas).
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MIXER, Eyebeam's acclaimed event series dedicated to showcasing leading artists in the fields of live media performance, interactive and participatory art, is back once again on Friday, March 12 - Saturday, March 13, 2010! In the aftermath of the 2010 Winter Olympics, Eyebeam will help alleviate the post-Games hangover with its own international athletic spectacular, MIXER: OLYMPIAD. Artists, designers, musicians, engineers, and hackers alike will stage events that evoke the passion, the drive, the danger, and the majesty of competitive sport and mass spectacle. Join one of the five competing nations, and race for Olympic glory! Admission: $20 at the door
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NYC’s #1 art party is back! Eyebeam’s warehouse space comes alive with the audience becoming an integral part of the performanceMIXER: VERSION: Eyebeam presents a remix-inspired spectacular with an iPod rock stage, mobile soundsystem, and a cutting-edge karaoke room among many other delights.
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Eyebeam launches an exciting new quarterly series with a special one-night-only performance of Brother Islands (Places to Lose People), an “expanded documentary” about quarantine and its machinery, as seen through the sights and sounds of two East River islands. The night’s performances inaugurate MIXER, Eyebeam’s new series dedicated to showcasing leading performing artists in the fields of live video and audio. In addition to live performance by video artists, musicians, VJs and DJs, each MIXER event presents new interactive work by Eyebeam artists that encourages audience participation and creative play. Hybrid in format, and Eyebeam in spirit – collaborative, spontaneous and a little off-the-wall – MIXER electrifies Eyebeam’s Chelsea warehouse for a Saturday night quite unlike any other.
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D-FUSE | Bubblyfish/CHiKA | DJ Spinoza | Lady Firefly Plus interactive art by: David Jimison + Jeff Crouse | Zach Lieberman MIXER, Eyebeam’s new series dedicated to showcasing leading performing artists in the fields of live video and audio. In addition to live performance by video artists, musicians, VJs and DJs, each MIXER event will present new interactive work by Eyebeam artists that encourages audience participation and creative play. Hybrid in format, and Eyebeam in spirit—collaborative, spontaneous and a little off-the-wall—MIXER will electrify Eyebeam’s Chelsea warehouse for a Saturday night quite unlike any other. Media sponsor: The Onion. Liquor sponsored by Newcastle Brown Ale and Kronenbourg 1664.
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Kudu | BiLLLL$ featuring Guillermo E. Brown | The Collection Agency Plus interactive art by: Addie Wagenknecht | Friedrich Kirschner | David Jimison + Jeff Crouse | Geraldine Juárez Open bar all night! Sponsored by Dewar's and Newcastle Brown Ale. MIXER, Eyebeam’s new series dedicated to showcasing leading performing artists in the fields of live video and audio. In addition to live performance by video artists, musicians, VJs and DJs, each MIXER event will present new interactive work by Eyebeam artists that encourages audience participation and creative play.
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MIXER: EXPO.  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.
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MIXER November 8, 2008Nov. 8, 9PM - 2AM540 W. 21st St. This last MIXER for 2008 was unlike any other … No evening art stroll with a glass of sponsored wine, Production Lab fellow David Jimison (boozBot | Anywhere But Here | Madlib Karaoke) and Paul Amitai (MIXER mastermind) pulled together a crack team of set designers, fashionistas, artists, performers, and of course AMAZING musicians, to create an evening UNDERGROUND. The Eyebeam warehouse was transformed into an enormous multi-level labyrinth, with tunnels, trap doors, and more.