EYEBEAM ASSEMBLY | AFTERCARE: Presented with Topical Cream and ICP
May 14, 2018
AFTERCARE: Presented with ICP and Topical Cream
May 14, 6:00-9:30 PM
This event is free with RSVP.
Join us at Eyebeam, 199 Cook St. in Bushwick, for a celebratory bash after the free, day long symposium Vision and Technology: Toward a More Just Future hosted by ICP and Eyebeam at the Knockdown Center. The public symposium addresses the implications of visuality, representation and privacy in the age of surveillance.
The event features a host of Eyebeam residents and alums including Surya Mattu, American Artist, Stephanie Dinkins, Moreshin Allahyari, Chloë Bass, Ramsey Nasser and Salome Asega. Watch the event here.
The after-party, hosted at Eyebeam and curated by Topical Cream, will have DJ sets, drinks, a rooftop performance, dumplings from around the world, installations and more! The line-up includes Molly Soda, RAFiA Santana, Sofia Young Park, Marie Karlberg and Hannah Daly.
About our partners:
Topical Cream is a 501(c)3 nonprofit covering women, femmes, and gender-nonconforming individuals in contemporary art. Since 2013, the New York–based platform has supported a community of artists, writers, designers, and technologists through digital publishing and public programming initiatives.
The International Center of Photography (ICP) is the world’s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture.
Cornell Capa founded ICP in 1974 to preserve the legacy of “concerned photography”—the creation of socially and politically minded images that have the potential to educate and change the world—and the center’s mission endures today, even as the photographic medium and imagemaking practices have evolved. Through its exhibitions, school, public programs, and community outreach, ICP offers an open forum for dialogue about the role that photographs, videos, and new media play in our society. To date, it has presented more than 700 exhibitions and offered thousands of classes at every level.
ICP brings together photographers, artists, students, and scholars to create and interpret the realm of the image. Here, members of this unique community are encouraged to explore photography and visual culture as mediums of empowerment and as catalysts for wide-reaching social change.