Past Events


Freedom + Creativity: Eyebeam Benefit 2008

May 6, 2008


Freedom and Creativity:

Eyebeam Benefit, May 6, 2008


DATE: Tuesday, May 6, 2008







HONORING: Craig...

  1. Addie Wagenknecht

  2. Benton-C Bainbridge

  3. Craig Newmark

  4. Geraldine Juarez

  5. Jazz J. Merton

  6. Joe Winter

  7. John S. Johnson

  8. Zach Lieberman


Sustainability Action Day: Toxic Tours + Urban...

April 19, 2008

Feedback artists Natalie Jeremijenko, Leah Gauthier, Brooke Singer, and The Lower East Side Ecology Center presenting workshops during the day.

Natalie Jeremijenko will present noPark.

Natalie Jeremijenko will lead a surface-level noPARK action on a plot of pavement in Chelsea (within...

  1. Brooke Singer

  2. Emily Gallagher

  3. Leah Gauthier

  4. Lower East Side Ecology Center

  5. Michael Heimbinder

  6. Natalie Jeremijenko


Synthetic Times: Media Art China 2008

April 15, 2008

Synthetic Times: Media Art China 2008, a Cultural Olympics project that will open at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing in June 2008, launches in NYC with programming co-organized by the exhibition’s curator, Zhang Ga, the MoMA, Parsons School of Design and Eyebeam. For more information visit:...

  1. Friedrich Kirschner

  2. Jeff Crouse

  3. Stephanie Rothenberg

  4. Taeyoon Choi


Green Drinks NYC

April 8, 2008

On the second Tuesday of each month, people who work in the environmental field and anyone interested in environmental issues meet up for a drink at various Manhattan hotspots from 6 – 10PM.

During our FEEDBACK exhibition, Eyebeam hosted...


Alternative Energy Sources + Use/Reuse Workshops

April 5, 2008

Eyebeam resident artist Jooyoun Paek presents Expand-a-Bag, an inflatable craft workshop.

Eyebeam alums Jenny Broutin, Carmen Trudell and Mouna Andraos will lead a workshop in which participants create personal power stations using alternative energy sources.

The personal...

  1. Carmen Trudell

  2. Fluxxlab

  3. Jennifer Broutin

  4. JooYoun Paek

  5. Mouna Andraos


They Were Here

April 3, 2008 - April 4, 2008

They Were Here was a site-specific installation by Addie Wagenknecht, Production Lab Fellow, installed on April 3, 2008, in the Northwest corner of Clement Clarke Moore Park, located at 22nd and 10th Aves.

A flock of stark, white, static two-dimensional birds inhabited a tree. The birds’ physical...

  1. Addie Wagenknecht


Sustainability + Architecture panel

March 29, 2008

What if walls could breathe? On Saturday, March 29, 2008, Eyebeam presented a panel and showcase on architecture and sustainability as part of its Feedback exhibition.

In the past 15 years, some of the most vibrant experiments in...

  1. Chris Garvin

  2. Elisabeth Thompson

  3. The Living


Girls Eye View Spring 2008

March 27, 2008 - May 8, 2008

Girls Eye-View: Project Walkway

March 27 – May 8, 2008

Project Walkway will teach eight female participants from local high school Bayard Rustin Academy for Art and Music, the fundamentals of electronics and wearable technologies. The program will end with a...

  1. Ayah Bdeir

  2. Jessica Banks

  3. Norene Leddy



March 20, 2008


March 20, 2008
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
540 W. 21st St.

Eyebeam artist Joseph DeLappe will enact his ongoing protest and memorial work set within the U.S. Defense Department’s online military recruiting and marketing...

  1. Joseph DeLappe

  2. Mark Tribe


Time’s Up! Bicycle Clown Brigade After-party

March 15, 2008

The clown ride begins at 2:30PM at 73 Morton St. btw. Greenwich St. and Hudson Ave., and will end at Eyebeam at 4PM, where we invite you to join us for a toast to celebrate NYC’s new bike lanes. For more info visit ...



March 13, 2008 - April 19, 2008

The exhibition’s title, FEEDBACK, refers to the self-correcting mechanisms by which systems—in this case, ecological—respond to the influence they exert on their environments. The works on display echoed this recursive dynamic, from Rebecca Bray and Britta Riley’s DrinkPeeDrinkDrinkPee sewage processing organ, to Natalie...

  1. Amanda McDonald Crowley

  2. Andrea Polli

  3. Annina Rüst

  4. Beatriz da Costa

  5. Brooke Singer

  6. Carmen Trudell

  7. David Benjamin

  8. Eve Mosher

  9. Fluxxlab

  10. Forays

  11. GreenMap System

  12. Jamie Schulte

  13. Jeff Feddersen

  14. Jenny Broutin

  15. Leah Gauthier

  16. Liz Slagus

  17. Michael Mandiberg

  18. Mouna Andraos

  19. Natalie Jeremijenko

  20. Not an Alternative

  21. Oz Etzioni

  22. Paul Amitai

  23. Preemptive Media

  24. Rebecca Bray and Britta Riley

  25. Soo-in Yang

  26. The Living

  27. The Studio for Urban Projects

  28. Timm Kekeritz


Reenactment: Gandhi’s March to Dandi—The Salt...

March 12, 2008 - April 16, 2008

Over a period of 26 days from 12 – 6PM, using a treadmill customized for cyberspace, Eyebeam 2008 Commissioned Artist Joseph DeLappe will reenact Mahatma Gandhi’s famous 1930s Salt March, a 240-mile protest in response to the British salt tax, live and in Second Life, the Internet-based virtual world.


  1. Joseph DeLappe


Seeders ‘N’ Leechers ‘R’ Us #1: Clip-Kino public...

February 27, 2008

Eyebeam student residents and co-curators Tahj Banks, Glen Moore, Jayquan Harris and Wandy Marcano present an evening of “Clip-Kino.” The content of the screening—also known as micro-cinema—was assembled during the Seeders ‘N’ Leechers ‘R’ Us #1 workshops led by Eyebeam resident artist Andrew Gryf Paterson. Micro-cinema...

  1. Andrew Gryf Paterson

  2. Christina Kral

  3. Glen Moore

  4. Jayquan Harris

  5. Tahj Banks

  6. Wandy Marcano


MIXER: D-FUSE | Bubblyfish/CHiKA | DJ Spinoza | Lady...

February 23, 2008

D-FUSE | Bubblyfish/CHiKA | DJ Spinoza | Lady Firefly

Plus interactive art by: David Jimison + Jeff Crouse | Zach Lieberman

MIXER, Eyebeam’s new series dedicated to showcasing leading performing artists in the fields of live video and audio.

In addition to live...

  1. David Jimison

  2. Jeff Crouse

  3. Zachary Lieberman


Eyebeam/Mediashed Exchange

February 16, 2008

Eyebeam and the UK’s MediaShed a free-media community center in Southend by the Sea, have been working closely on the development of Gearbox, an open-source,...

  1. Adam Bobbette

  2. Forays

  3. Geraldine Juarez

  4. Glen Moore

  5. Jamie Allen

  6. JooYoun Paek

  7. MediaShed

  8. Not an Alternative

  9. Tahj Banks

  10. Wandy Marcano


Open Source Sustainability Critique

January 26, 2008

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...

  1. Carmen Trudell

  2. Fluxxlab

  3. Jennifer Broutin

  4. Michael Mandiberg


Eyebeam Roadshow Iowa 2008

January 1, 2008

The Eyebeam Roadshow is back!  This year we will be visiting Cedar Rapids, Iowa, at University of Iowa. It is an event organized by the artists as a way to bring their work to places where it would not otherwise be seen. The Roadshow consists of talks and workshops that...

  1. Andrea Polli

  2. Ayah Bdeir

  3. Christina Kral

  4. Dan Torop

  5. David Jimison

  6. Friedrich Kirschner

  7. Jamie O'Shea

  8. Jeff Crouse

  9. Michael Mandiberg

  10. Stephanie Rothenberg

  11. Steve Lambert

  12. Yael Kanarek

  13. Zachary Lieberman


echo::system - The Desert

December 13, 2007 - December 15, 2007

In a 40 minute journey through space and time, Grisha Coleman's performance installation, echo::system—The Desert, immerses audiences and performers in a completely synthetic environment comprised of audio and visual media, digital movement analysis, robotics and live performance.

This setting recreates a desert...

  1. Grisha Coleman