Christian Jankowski is a German artist who lives and works in New York.  He works multimedial in the very sense of the word: he works with installation, video, photography, performance and literature. By combining different mediums or putting them in relation, the borders between fiction and reality are nearly abolished. At the same time also the border between private and public are often merged.

Group Members: 

LoVid is Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus. Using homemade electronic devices and DIY sculptural instruments, LoVid overwhelms the senses with new media in their performances, videos, objects and installations. LoVid has toured the US and Europe extensively performing at Eyebeam, Harvestworks, Boley, Max Protetch, Eyedrum, NY Underground Film Festival, Look and Listen Festival, Kraak(3) Festival, Lokaal01, Lumen and Futuresonic Festival, among many others. LoVid has exhibited at COCA Seattle, Sotheby's, SOUTHFIRST, Happy Lion, Institute of Contemporary Art London and The New Museum of Contemporary Art. LoVid is currently artist in residence at Eyebeam and has been selected as artist in residence at Harvestworks and iEAR, as well as being nominated Free103Point9 transmission artist. A DVD of LoVid recordings made during a residency at Experimental TV Center has recently been released on CollectivEye.

Eyebeam CV
Start Date: 
11 Nov 2005

Eyebeam and PERFORMA05 co-present the premiere of Screen Play, a new work by visual artist and composer Christian Marclay, consisting of a video and three live musical ensembles. Marclay created the video to serve as a score to be interpreted live by a series of invited ensembles.


In mid May, I’ll be installing and giving workshops on my Oil Prospecting kit at Futuresonic in Manchester, UK. It will be an interactive installation with live over-hyped twitter feeds of people striking it rich using the oil finder, and google map mash-up of potential money spots. More info on the project here.

Start Date: 
6 Mar 2009 - 7 Mar 2009


 Named “The New Saturday Night” by New York Magazine (Jan., 16 – 23, 2009), Eyebeam's MIXER series is dedicated to showcasing leading artists in the fields of live video and audio performance, interactivity and participatory practice.

Due to popular demand, MIXER: EXPO was expanded to two nights of performance and installations that turned our rough-and-ready warehouse space into a temporary village of creatively engineered pavilions themed around the idea of utopia. In sum: An alternate “World's Fair” with NYC's top DJs.

Projects: MIXER
People: Aaron Meyers, Aeolab, Al Laufeld, Anakin Koenig, Angelo Co, Caspar Stracke, Cati Vaucelle, Cheon pyo Lee, Chris Jordan, Craig Shepard, Daniel Perlin, Di Mainstone, Elise Co, G. Douglas Barrett, Jeff Crouse, Juan Maclean, Leslie Flanigan, Marisa Jahn, Mark Shepard, Nikita Pashinkov, Not an Alternative, Paul Amitai, Sean Meehan, Steve Shada, Taeyoon Choi, The Institute for Faith-Based Technology, The Loud Objects, Tim Sweeney, Tristan Perich
Tags: A/V, expo, mixer, party, performance
MIXER is Eyebeam's quarterly event series dedicated to showcasing...
Projects: MIXER
People: BiLLLL$, Brian Whiton, bubblyfish, Chika Ijima, Chris Kaczmarek, Christina Kral, D-Fuse, Dan Ribaudo, Daniel Perlin, David Jimison, DJ N-Ron, DJ Spinoza, Drayton Hiers, Friedrich Kirschner, Grey Barreda, Guillermo E. Brown, Jeff Crouse, Jeff Feddersen, Jon Cohrs, Jonathan Rauberts, JooYoun Paek, Judi Chicago, Kudu, Lady Firefly, Paul Amitai, Rob O'Neill, Roxy Cottontail, Stephan Maze Georges, Tetsu Kondo, Zarah Cabanas
Tags: A/V,, mixer, mixer-expo, mixer-underground, party, performance, Videos

Dirt Party @ Eyebeam

In 2007, Dave and I performed Dirt Party at the Eyebeam 10th Anniversary benefit.

Cast: Jeff Crouse


From sewer-dwelling alligators to underground shantytowns and smuggling tunnels; man-eating rats to illegal warehouse parties; New York City's underground—mythical and actual—pulses just below the City's radar. On Saturday, November 8, 2008, Eyebeam—the upstart of unconventional creativity and boundary-defying art and tech experimentation—presented the latest iteration of its quarterly live performance party: MIXER Underground, which featured a 5000−foot maze and 30 performers.

Projects: MIXER: Underground
People: Benton-C Bainbridge, Brian Whiton, Chris Kaczmarek, Christina Kral, Dan Ribaudo, Daniel Perlin, David Jimison, DJ N-Ron, Drayton Hiers, Grey Barreda, Jeff Crouse, Jeff Feddersen, Jon Cohrs, Jonathan Rauberts, JooYoun Paek, Judi Chicago, Paul Amitai, Rob O'Neill, Roxy Cottontail, Stephan Maze Georges, Tetsu Kondo
Tags: mixer, A/V, party, performance, underground

The January 2009 issue of Harper’s Magazine featured an editorial listing several headlines from The New York Times Special Edition.

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