exhibition

I’m premiering a new work, a collaboration with Jason Rabie involving digital prints of Facebook face recognition data (will post documentation soon)…

 
Hours: 
Open Hours: Tues. - Sat., 12:00PM-6:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 21, 5:30PM - 7:30PM.

Half a century since its abandonment, North Brother Island fades from New York City's map as nature swallows this one block square quarantine city. Just down the East River, Ward's Island warehouses shelter New York's homeless and mentally ill in a dozen immense buildings clustered under the Triborough Bridge.

 
People: Benton-C Bainbridge, Bill Etra, Minou Maguna
Tags: Brother Islands, exhibition, window gallery
Start Date: 
1 Mar 2012 - 7 Apr 2012
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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From March 1 to April 7, Eyebeam Fellow Mary Mattingly will test her Flock House living system right here at Eyebeam! She will be living in one of the Flock House units, testing its power, food, and water systems in preparation for a public launch in May 2012.

Her Flock Houses are self-sufficient, interstitial habitats that engage with and are sutained by the urban public. These nomadic, pod-like structures are designed to latch on to one another and to attach themsleves to exisitng buildings. Mattingly will choreograph and record their movements across multiple US cities, and, in doing so, hopes to reveal some of the social and economic issues surrounding property and ownership in these centers.

Mary will host an event with Geoff Manaugh and the Urban Research Group in tandem with the exhibition on Thursday, March 1 from 6-8 PM, and an opening reception in conjunction with Taeyoon Choi on March 15th.

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On Monday night, we went to check out Speedshow, an internet cafe takeover staged by Evan Roth (whose work is at MoMA for “Talk To Me”) and curated by Aram Bartholl (of Dead Drops). It surprised me that traditional style internet cafes still exist and this one at 90 Bowery is a throwback to those from the ’90s and early 2000s, with tons of kids playing first person shooter video games. It’s in the basement of the building down a narrow staircase, lending further mystique in a neighborhood known for its secret underground passageways.

 

Event Alert: “BIORHYTHM: Music and the Body,” Opens June 2 at Eyebeam Art + Tech Center

May 27, 2011 by David Weiss

The new exhibition, BIORHYTHM: MUSIC AND THE BODY, will open June 2 at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center in Chelsea. At this, the world’s largest research experiment on music and emotion, you may get fresh insights on the music that you love, and help the scientific community gather valuable information at the same time.

Plug your brain into BIORYTHM in NYC, beginning June 2.

The good people from BIORYTHM explain it all thusly:

 
Start Date: 
27 Oct 2010
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
90 Bowery Internet Cafe
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Aram Bartholl is pleased to announce the next SPEED SHOW of the ongoing series for the first time in New York City! A great selection of Internet / browser based art from a wide range of awesome artists of different net-genres and net-’decades’.

 

SPEED SHOW vol.4: Super Niche
Wednesday, 27th Oct. 2010, 8-11 PM
90 Bowery Internet Cafe, NY 10013
( G-maps ) FB on.fb.me/cjevSi

 

The brouchure cover by Ange Tang

 

Design by Ange Tran

Please join Not An Alternative, Eyebeam Art & Technology Center, and Upgrade! NY, this Thursday, June 10 for the opening of Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus, an exhibition which examines models of participation and participation as a model in art and activism.

 

INTRO TO TWO STATEMENTS:

Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus proposes that with participation now a dominant paradigm, structuring social interaction, art, activism, the architecture of the city, the internet, and the economy, we are all integrated into participatory structures whether we want to be or not. The exhibition showcases work that subverts existing systems or envisions new alternatives to the ways in which individuals can take part, or choose not to take part, in social and cultural life.

 
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