Eyebeam at the Seaport

Eyebeam at the Seaport
24 July – 31 December, 2015
117 Beekman Street

With its engaging new presentation space at the Seaport, Eyebeam presents the work made by its Residents through two major exhibitions and a robust calendar of public talks, workshops, screenings, and hands-on demos. Innovative technological and artistic creation does not happen in a vacuum, it requires continual dialogue with the wider world. Eyebeam’s new exhibition and presentation space in lower Manhattan allows just that, a hands-on space for anyone curious about technology and fashion to new works by emerging artists which inquire into the relationship between geographic space and history in a post-digital world.

As we become more saturated with technology, Eyebeam’s public programs at the Seaport offer a critical perspective and a practical compass to navigating relationships with an always-on world.

Making Patterns
July 24 – September 9

Kaho Abe, Bo Kyung Byun, Ben Cramer, Billy Dang, Andrea van Hintum, May-Li Khoe, Danielle Martin, Hillary Sampliner, Cici Wu, and Jamie Sherman (Intel) in collaboration with the Social Body Lab (Kate Hartman + Jackson McConnell + Hillary Predko + Boris Kourtoukov + Izzie Colpitts-Campbell + Erin Lewis + Rickee Charbonneau + Alexis Knipping)

Re-Making Patterns
September 10 – September 17

Danielle Martin + Sasha de Koninck + Leila Ligougne, Minna Kao + Amy Sperber + Laura Forlano, Chester Dols + Amy Cheung + Laura Nova, Nora O’ Murchú + Hua Shu, and Kate Specter + Sayeh Sayar + Kim Maglorie

October 1 – November 13

Torkwase Dyson, Nancy Nowacek, and Mattia Casalegno

November 19 – December 20

Joshue Ott + Kenneth Kirschner, Lisa Kori Chung + Gene Kogan + Colin Self, Tega Brain, Lilian Kreutzberger, and Joanna Cheung

Eyebeam is a partner of South Street Seaport’s Culture District