Hans Tammen’s “Dark Circuits” Festival features performers who work in contemporary electronic music practices such as circuit bending, no-input mixers, laptops, turntablism, analogue circuitry, network sniffers, live coding and soldering, plus other instruments we may have never heard of yet.
Suggested Donation: : $10
1. littleBits Monster Synth
2. Third Eye DarkCircuits Orchestra plays APHERESIS
Eyebeam is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2014/2015 Eyebeam Fellowships. For the first time, Eyebeam is making the Fellowships a two year-commitment to enable recipients to develop in-depth projects in collaboration with Brooklyn community groups. Beginning this July, Eyebeam is awarding annual stipends totaling $60,000 (renewable in the second year), as well as 24/7 access to Eyebeam's design, digital research, and fabrication studios, to artists working in the areas of citizen infrastructure, collaborative installations and future modeling.
Eyebeam is thrilled to welcome incoming fellows Nancy Nowacek and Torkwase Dyson. Additionally, Not An Alternative (collective) will join as Honorary Fellows.
Now offering a Sliding Scale $5-$35*
Unsanctioned posters are the wallpaper of New York’s surfaces, announcing political messages, fashion lines, multi-colored mobile phones, and hip hop albums. Come envision the imagery that might adorn New York City’s future streets at the Wild Posting Futures BBQ. Work with custom futuring tools and thought diagrams to imagine diverse future messages of businesses, services, artists or propagandists.
Bring your laptop and some weenies; we’ll supply graphic design consultation, a large format printer, the BBQ, and the futuring method.
Install and exhibit your work at Eyebeam's Storefront. Exhibition will run from May 24 - June 1.
Take home a wheatpasting kit and your original print.
André Vida’s Moving Scores is an installation of films and animated musical notations that focuses on the delicate relationship between performer and score. Unlike typical musical scores, these interactive pieces listen to their performers and respond with motion, amplifying the musical gesture and giving the sound a space to develop in equilibrium with the visual. Audiences may visit the gallery during the day, 10-12 April, as the performers develop their individual interpretations of these pieces.
10 April, 12-3PM: Andre Vida, sax
10 April, 3-6PM: Christa Robinson, english horn
11 April, 12-3PM: Sara Schoenbeck, bassoon
11 April, 3-6PM: Loren Dempster, cello
12 April, 12-3PM: Jay Rosen, tuba
12 April, 3-6PM: Brett Sroka, trombone