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I was interviewed yesterday on CT NPR’s “Where We Live.” I have never done live radio before so was not sure what to expect but had a great time. The topic was “design thinking” and “data visualization.” I am introduced at 39:00 in the segment.

Link: http://www.yourpublicmedia.org/node/12863

 
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With Food in Mind
April 15, 2011 – June 25, 2011

Organized by Nicole Caruth, Independent Curator and Critic
The Center for Book Arts
28 West 27th Street, 3rd Floor

With Food in Mind looks at artists’ use of food as subject matter or medium in book arts, print, and digital media. The exhibition is inspired by the current food climate (i.e. how food is cultivated, distributed, consumed, and discussed today) and includes over 40 works that span the last twenty years.

 

oh yeah, we are getting the content up and excited to share it with YOU.

http://www.thecounterkitchen.org/main/

check it out check check it out

 
People: Brooke Singer
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This should be interesting and with a great group. Come out if you are in the area!

URL: http://www.brownfields2011.org/en/Session/1897?returnurl=%2fen%2fsessions

Panelists: Michael Heimbinder, HabitatMap; Brooke Singer, Eyebeam Art + Technology; Douglas Paulson and Valeria Mogilevich, Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP)

 
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One of my photographs is on view at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center (540 W. 21 St. betw 10-11 Aves., NYC) through April 16. Come visit! More info is here.

 
People: Brooke Singer
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We had loads of fun on Saturday in The Counter Kitchen for the second demo, I-Scream, with Mike Lee. He took us step-by-step through the ingredients in Bryer’s ice cream. When someone asked what’s up with the polysorbate80, Mike simply responded: “The ingredients in Bryer’s ice cream exist to make the shareholders happy.” Ah, huh? He then took us through an easy recipe for making ice cream at home that was all about making our tummies happy. And he finished things off with a popcorn ice cream (!) using the magic of liquid nitrogen.

 
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We just wrapped up the Devotion to Lotion workshop at Eyebeam with Rachel Winard of Soapwalla. It was awesome! She took apart the 23 ingredients in Johnson & Johnson baby lotion and rebuilt the pink potion way better and with way less ingredients. It’s so good you can eat it. More info will be up on our new The Counter Kitchen site (www.thecounterkitchen.org) within a week or so. Next weekend (Sat March 19 at 12:00) we are hitting the ice cream.

 
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The Counter Kitchen hosts two new workshops in March which promise to be fun, tasty, informative and messy. In the first one on March 12 we will reverse engineer (think: break down and rebuild) J&J Baby Lotion with the help of Soapwalla chef, Rachel Winard. The second one on March 19 will be all about ice cream with the maestro supper club chef, Mike Lee.

Each workshop costs $10 per person, which includes admission, tastes, take-aways, and recipes.

Click here for more info.

 
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I am in a group show at the Abrons Art Center (on the lower east side). The opening is this Sunday, March 6, from 6-8 pm. See infos below:

 
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This is going to be GREAT! I am on the steering committee and jury. We are looking forward to many fascinating, enlightening, fun and powerful entries. Please spread the word.

Data Viz Challenge Web Site

About: Every year, Americans fill out income tax forms and make a payment to the IRS. It’s an important civic duty, but it is also a lot of money. Where does it all go? Using data provided by WhatWePayFor.com, we challenge you to create a data visualization that will make it easier for U.S. citizens to understand how the government spends our tax money.

 
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