To ensure artists become central in the invention and design of our shared future.
We are located in Bushwick at 199 Cook Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206. If you get off from the middle of the Morgan Ave L platform you can turn right on Bogart Street, then right again on Cook Street (just before Flushing Ave). The next closest station is the JM-Flushing, walk down Flushing, take a left into Bushwick Ave and a right onto Cook Street.
Note that we are only open to the public during events. Reach out to [email protected] to learn more.
Our nearest train station is the L-Morgan station. The L-Morgan station does not have an elevator. The next closest station is the JM-Flushing which does have an elevator. For information on accessible transit on the MTA visit this link
Eyebeam is an accessible space. The 199 Cook Street entrance is accessible via a wheelchair ramp. Restrooms on the first floor are wheelchair accessible and the second floor restrooms are wheelchair accessible via an elevator. If you require reasonable accommodation, please contact J. Soto at least two weeks prior to the event via email at [email protected] or call (415) 410-4189 (voice only).
Founded in 1998 by John S. Johnson, Eyebeam was the very first critical space of its kind: a place to think creatively about how technology was transforming our society. Eyebeam has given time, space and money to artists whose work has shaped our world – including the first-ever social sharing tool ReBlog, electronic toys startup littleBits, and the pioneering net art of Cory Arcangel. Everything is guided by a focus on Eyebeam’s core values: openness, invention and justice.
Eyebeam’s space in Brooklyn hosts a world-renowned residency program, innovative education initiatives, and exciting public events.
You can call us at (347) 378-9163 or reach us via email at [email protected].
199 Cook Street, Suite 104
Brooklyn, NY 11206