Security Patterns 2009

Walk-through of work made by Michael Mandiberg during 2009. This collection of sculptures was made at Eyebeam.

Cast: Michael Mandiberg, Patrick Davison and Mike Rugnetta


Learning Stalls: Lesson Plans (2002)
Mixed media sculptural kit with touch screen (DVD palettes, organics, resin, computer, software); two single channel DVDs on plasma screen

Burns and Martin prepared time-lined lesson modules as the first exhibition stage of their reimagined education program, Learning Stalls. Psychological and physiological inquiry, psychic surgery and physical therapy are presented in a trans-disciplinary curriculum choreographed by other-worldly beings.

Project Created: 
October 2002

Torsten Zenas Burns and Darrin Martin began their collaborations in the video and sculpture programs at the School of Art and Design at Alfred University, where they both received their BFAs, 1990 and 1992 respectively. Burns was born in 1968 and received his MFA in video and performance from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1993. Martin was born in 1969 and received an MFA in media and sculpture from The University of California, San Diego in 2000. Together, they have based their single channel videotapes, curations and current performance works on their research into diverse Séance-fictions including reimagined educational practices, cryptozoological musicals, and trans-human stories. They have jointly participated in residencies at Eyebeam,and The Experimental Television Center in New York State. In 2003, Electronic Arts Intermix commissioned their net art project, “Lesson Stalls:Learning Net” which can be found at

Eyebeam CV
2002FResidentAdvisory Council

Darrin Martin creates videos, sculptures and installations, which explore how technologies are used to attempt to measure and augment, our daily perceptions. He studied video with Peer Bode at Alfred University receiving his BFA in 1992 and digital media with Lev Manovich at UC San Diego, MFA 2000. He has exhibited videos and performances internationally at festivals and museums including The Museum of Modern Art, DIA Center for the Arts, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Arts, Pacific Film Archives and The European Media Art Festival in Germany. His installations have exhibited at venues such as The Kitchen in New York, WRO Media Arts Biennale in Poland and Pacific Switchboard in Portland.  

Martin’s work is distributed by The Kitchen, Video Data Bank in Chicago, and Vtape in Canada. He occasionally curates video screenings at a variety of venues and is currently an Assistant Professor teaching video and media arts at UC Davis.

Eyebeam CV

Joe Winter --> documentation of 3 kinetic installations

This video contains excerpted documentation of three kinetic works:

1. Fantasie no. 1 for Mobile Pianos. 2005.
2. One ship encounters a series of notable exceptions. 2006.
3. Xerox Astronomy and the Nebulous Object-Image Archive

Cast: Joe Winter


HOWTO Burn the News

A series of laser-cut New York Times. Cut every day for just over a month during the Postmasters Gallery exhibition "The Future is not What it Used to be"

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Cast: Michael Mandiberg, Patrick Davison


Yael Kanarek is a new media artist. Since 1995, She has been developing World of Awe with a growing body of works and collaborations in net art, photography, sculpture, literature, music and dance. Works share the narrative of a traveler the who searches for a lost treasure in a parallel world called Sunset/Sunrise. Through the ancient genre of the travel narrative, World of Awe threads language, memory and technology.

Eyebeam CV
2009FHonorary Fellow
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2008FHonorary Fellow
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2007FHonorary Fellow
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2006FHonorary Fellow
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