The Eyebeam Assembly is a monthly public program inviting artists and thinkers to take on the biggest issues facing the fields of art and technology along with their broader implications on society. Created for Eyebeam’s new hub in Bushwick, the Eyebeam Assembly is a space for discourse on topics ranging from representation in the age of digital consciousness to the aesthetics of black radicalism and much more.
A celebratory bash after the free, day long symposium Vision and Technology: Toward a More Just Futurehosted by ICP and Eyebeam at the Knockdown Center.
The longest amount of time any area in the continental United States has gone without an update in Google Earth was between 2008 to 2016.
Hacking//Hustling: A Platform for Sex Workers in a Post-SESTA World is a two-day program of conversations and tactical skill sharing led by sex workers to generate knowledge that has been erased in the wake of SESTA.