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MIXER is Eyebeam's quarterly event series dedicated to showcasing leading artists in the fields of live audiovisual performance, interactive and participatory art. Videography by Jason Jones, Benton-C Bainbridge, Elsa Viera, Emma McRae, and Christina Kral. Edited by Paul Amitai. Music courtesy of Kudu, Judi Chicago, bubblyfish, and The Collection Agency
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MIXER, Eyebeam’s quarterly showcase for audiovisual performance and interactive art, goes back to the future – to the dawn of the imagined internet.On Saturday, April 9, MIXER: Past Futures transforms Eyebeam’s vast West Chelsea space into an immersive environment combining video, music, design, and fashion to evoke visions of the future – both utopian and dystopian – as depicted through literature, movies, and video games of the recent past. MIXER: Past Futures conjures the spirit of both early internet theories and visual style, suggesting an alternate version of our own current reality, reflecting what was and what could be.
Take a Tour of Chelsea-Based Art Group's Eclectic Holiday Mixer Oresti /NITESIDE
Amanda McDonald Crowley, executive director of non-profit Eyebeam, walks us through the group's unconventional holiday mixer over the weekend at the art and technology center's Chelsea digs. The merry mixer -- thrown by trendy event group Mean Red -- was host to interactive art, DIY gifts, a book launch and even several seven-deadly-sins-themed snowglobes.