Each year, Eyebeam supports over 125 artists through its diverse programming, which includes the Eyebeam Residency, Storyteller-in-Residence, Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism, and Eyebeam’s Education programs, as well as participants in our far-reaching and responsive engagement initiatives. These artists are paid at W.A.G.E. certified standards to help ensure that artists who are engaging society’s relationship with technology are compensated equitably. Learn more about how to get involved by emailing [email protected].
The 2020 resident artists are all working on projects guided by the central prompt “what are the terms of refusal?” This year, Eyebeam has also partnered with RLab to celebrate masters of visual storytelling and examine the role of emerging technologies through the lens of equity and access with our Storyteller-In-Residency.
The Eyebeam residency is a prestigious award for artists engaged with technology and technologists working in the arts.
Explore the directory of over 500 artists who have passed through our doors.
Featured Image: “Computational Fashion” from Sabine Seymour, a 2014 alum and designer, author, award-winning serial entrepreneur, and researcher known for her work in fashionable technology and design.
“Hack Shit and Call It Art: Two Decades of Eyebeam Art and Invention,” written by Eyebeam Alum Kenyatta Cheese.
Zach Lieberman is an Eyebeam Alum from 2002, 2007 and 2008. In his work, he creates performances and installations that take human gesture as input and amplify them in different ways — making drawings come to life, imagining what the voice might look like if we could see it, transforming people’s silhouettes into music.
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