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Our newly arrived Summer Residents and Fellows are hard at work: Hernani Dias is planning public workshops for urban/mobile farming with Andes Sprouts Society for his re:farm the city project. Jon Cohrs is in the house working on his plant prosthetic appendages, creating life support systems for plants. And Mark Shepard is completing the Eyebeam portion of his Sentient City Survival Kit project, ready to take it to Rotterdam where he'll finish production at V2_ as part of the inaugural joint Eyebeam/V2_ residency. And finally, Drew Hemment, founder and Artistic Director of FutureEverything, will work with us starting this week in his position as an Honorary Resident.

 

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We have a very exciting group of artists that will be working with us this summer! Hernani Dias will be joining us and connecting with Andes Sprouts Society upstate to make mobile farms, mobile composters, and mobile greenhouses, bringing his re:farm the city project to New York. Jon Cohrs will be coming on as a fellow, beginning work on a series of projects including his new plant prosthetic appendages project, creating life support systems for plants. And in the inaugural joint Eyebeam/V2 (Rotterdam) residency, Mark Shepard will be joining us starting this month, then completing the production of The Sentient City Survival Kit at V2's Test Lab.

 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 24, 2010

Press Contact:
Rebecca Cittadini
212.937.6580 x222
press@eyebeam.org

NEW 2010 EYEBEAM RESIDENT ARTISTS AND FELLOWS

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Interested in being a resident or fellow at Eyebeam? Now's your chance, our call is up!!! Both the residencies and fellowships have a March 1 start date. Full info. is now online: Residency Call / Fellows Call. We're looking forward to hearing from you!

 
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Eyebeam will hold Open Studios for Artists In Residence, Student Residents, and Senior Fellows

Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24, from 3-6pm.

A two-day presentation at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center allowing a rare, inside look at current research. Guided tours of artists’ work will be given every hour from 3–6PM.

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Eyebeam is pleased to host Open Studios for its 2009 Senior Fellows, Resident Artists, and
Student Residents at Eyebeam’s state-of-the-art design, research, and fabrication studio; showcasing video performance, wearable technologies, code and humor, party technology, and sustainablity design.

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SENIOR FELLOWS 2009

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Jeff Crouse, David Jimison: BoozBot. Photo: Christine A Butler, courtesy of Eyebeam.

A two-day presentation allowing a rare inside look at the current state of research at Eyebeam

Friday, May 15, and Saturday, May 16, 2009; 3 - 6PM
Eyebeam: 540 W. 21st St. (btw 10th and 11th Aves.)

New York City, April 28, 2009:

Eyebeam is pleased to host Open Studios for its 2009 Senior Fellowships and Winter/Spring Residencies at Eyebeam’s state-of-the-art new media design, digital research, and fabrication studio; showcasing work in the areas of  performance, experimental film, wearable technologies, open culture and sustainable art.

 
Hours: 
3:00PM-6:00PM, Both Days
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Eyebeam
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Eyebeam will hold Open Studios for Artists In Residence and Senior Fellows
Friday, May 15 and Saturday, May 16, from 3-6pm on both dates.
A two-day presentation allowing a rare inside look at the current state of research at Eyebeam

Eyebeam will hold Open Studios for Artists In Residence and Senior Fellows
A two-day presentation allowing a rare inside look at the current state of research at Eyebeam

Eyebeam is pleased to host Open Studios for its 2009 Senior Fellowships and Winter/Spring Residencies at Eyebeam’s state-of-the-art new media design, digital research, and fabrication studio; showcasing work in the areas of  performance, experimental film, wearable technologies, open culture and sustainable art.

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The McCoys are Brooklyn-based artists who make projects about how our thoughts, experiences and memories are structured through genre and repetition. In order to focus attention on these structures, they often reexamine classic works of science fiction or television narrative, creating sculptural objects, video projections or live events from what they find. Their work has been exhibited at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, P.S.1, Postmasters Gallery, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, The Swiss Institute, The Renaissance Society, and the Palm Beach ICA.

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