A flexible, social time and space for current and former Eyebeam artists to share new ideas, works in progress, host conversations, and experiment with different formats. Think “happy hour”, Eyebeam style! Free and open to the public.
Eyebeam alum Chloë Bass is spending three years (2018 – 2021) studying human intimacy at the scale of immediate families. For Family Home Movie Night, she invites everyone to participate a DIY screening event.
Led by American Artist, screening will feature two works by Terence Nance in which the artist uses Google to recall images of Black girls and boys that have entered into the singularity, and as the titles indicate “are thus spiritual machines.”
Eyebeam first fall Welcome Wednesday, hosted by Morehshin Allahyari, premieres the visual for “101: #FuckOutMyFace”.