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Ich sag nur: Wir lieben Lebensmittel! “For Improv Everywhere’s latest mission, six undercover actors burst into song in a grocery store in Queens. Three minutes and lots of silly choreography later, they returned to their roles as shoppers and stock boys. The mission was filmed with hidden robotic, lipstick, and wearable cameras.” Via


HANDS-ON GET-UP are a collection of wearable structures designed specifically to inspire
pro-active creativity, expressive movement and unexpected consequences.  Whilst in
residence at Eyebeam, I have been creating two parallel projects that express this working
model.  Both schemes incorporate the themes of body, technology and performance, as well
as being inspired by my experiences here in New York City.


Project Created: 
July 2009
Projects: Hands-On Get-UP
People: Aline Fader, Brian, Di Mainstone, Jason Lim, Jen Park, Kendal, Rachel Lamb
Project Type: Wearables
Tags: architecture, Fashion, performance, technology, Wearable

The project is to create visuals, edited footage, and algorithmic animations to respond to the music of Guy Manoukian.


Guy Manoukian concert
August 9th, 2009
Beiteddine Festival
“images of the ‘new middle east’ ” is a commission by international artist and composer Guy Manoukian for an upcoming concert in Beiteddine, Lebanon. Beiteddine Festival is one of the oldest and finest festivals in the Middle East and is held in a 200-year-old palace in Beiteddine, built by emir [...]


© image by jan dixon & emily dixon

© image by jan dixon & emily dixon

On Tuesday, July 7th, I’m taking some students in Eyebeams Digital Day camp out prospecting along the Highline, and chelsea area. If you want to join shoot me an email. A few outside participants are welcome.



The eteam (Franziska Lamprecht and Hajoe Moderegger) for Upgrade! New York’s August event.

eteam will discuss the construction of alternate realities via audience participation (intentional or unintentional) within their various projects. In addition, a special guest and a performance/game will set the scene for vibrant dialogue.


With the amiable assistance of a set of Dutch identical twins, resident artist Di Mainstone will be continuing her tour of SHAREWEAR in Germany this week.   Last seen at Eyebeam’s Mixer event, the dresses will be unpacked and assembled as part of a live performance at I-Machine Festival, to be held in Oldenburg 15th – 18th May.

Projects: Sharewear
People: Di Mainstone
Tags: wearables, Sharewear, performance

Carrie Dashow is a New York-based video and performance artist investigating the space between life and mediation. Her art revolves around interaction, present, psychic and recorded space. Dashow has honed her teaching skills as Artist in Residence in the New York City public schools, working with staff and students integrating video and media literacy into curriculum.

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MTAA is a Brooklyn-based conceptual and net art collaboration between the artists Mark River (m.river) and Tim Whidden (t.whid). Since 1997, their playful explorations of networked communication and the economics of art have been exhibited internationally. MTAA's online artwork can be viewed at MT Enterprises WorldWide.

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