Open Source Sustainability CritiqueJanuary 26, 2008 At Eyebeam
To close the FEEDBACK preview exhibition, the Open Source Sustainability Critique on Saturday January 26, from 4–6PM invites you to bring your own projects up for review with Eyebeam alumni artists. Ten projects will be selected for critique from an open call of projects.
How to submit a project for consideration: Send a brief (2–3 sentence) description of the work, plus any URLs that show the project and/or documentation. The content of your project or the materials used to make your project should address issues or concepts related to sustainability.
To submit a project for consideration, please email Liz Slagus, Director of Education and Public Programming: liz AT eyebeam DOT org
Proposals are now closed
The Open Source Sustainability Critique is a sustainable review of projects lead by artists participating in the upcoming exhibition, FEEDBACK (March 13 – April 19). Confirmed artists/critics are: Michael Mandiberg, Jennifer Broutin, and Carmen Trudell. The critique will be the closing event for the FEEDBACK preview exhibition, currently on display at Eyebeam.
The participating artists/critics will kick off the event by providing insights into their own process of developing sustainable-focused projects. A reception will follow, during which time the critics will go around to each of the projects to discuss the work with the artists. The public is welcome to sit in on these sessions. Following the individual critique sessions, three artists will be randomly selected to present their projects to the public.