Use basic electronics to create your own instruments and sounds. Then perform live! The ten members of Theremidi Orchestra (TO) will guide and assist participants during a five-day, hands-on and theoretical workshop. Participants will be acquainted with assembling two electronic sound devices and later provide sufficient knowledge on how to play them in noisy group improvisations.
The workshop will also provide a framework for aesthetic discussion, from how to improvise and work in a group and understanding the sound ranges of the instruments, to implications of collective feedback loops and concepts of social amplification. Then work collaboratively to develop the live performance.
The Alices (Walking): A Sculptural Opera and Fashion Show
Eyebeam in Collaboration with Moving Image Art Fair
A piece by Claudia Hart and composer Edmund Campion
8 March 2014, 6:00 - 7:00 PM
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
The Center for New Music and Audio Technology, University of California, Berkeley
KOREA SOJU HWAYO, INC.
Introducing Alice’s Website Dresses a collection of 5 sculptural wearables featuring a custom augmented-reality application by Geoffrey Alan Rhodes with poetic text animations by Claudia Hart evolved from Lewis Carroll’s original Alice in Wonderland by using special Spinabook software designed by Alon Zouartez (http://spinabook.com/).
In preparation for EyeBeam’s latest Computational Fashion exhibition, Kaho’s custom-built game dome took a trip from the Game Innovation Lab in Brooklyn all the way out to it’s new home at Eyebeam, in Manhattan. Despite the size of the dome, the process of taking down and then reconstructing the dome is quite simple! The dome itself is one large piece of fabric (formerly 3 pieces) sewn together by Kaho, a set of tent poles, a lightweight rope, and a dome-shaped mirror to properly size the images coming from the projector. The dome is held up by standard tent poles organized into “ribs” and “spines.” The dome has three spines running from top to bottom and six ribs running from side to side. Tent poles fit into nice little sleeves (or, seams, I guess) along the dome, and they slide in and out of the sleeves just like normal tent poles would on a normal tent. Deconstruction: This process was relatively quick, especially once we got the hang of bending the tent poles.
PRISM Break Up
October 3-6, 2013
New York, NY
Request for Proposals
DEADLINE: MIDNIGHT August 25
On October 3-6, 2013, Eyebeam Art and Technology Center will host the first event of its kind PRISM Break Up, a series of art and technology events dedicated to exploring and providing forms of protection from overreaching surveillance. The gathering will bring together a wide spectrum of artists, hackers, academics, activists, security analysts and journalists for a long weekend of meaningful conversation, hands-on workshops and art installations.
Why does it matter?