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A project by Addie Wagenknecht & Pablo Garcia. Code by Brannon Dorsey
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'I Have No Words' Emoji and the New Visual Vernacular was a panel discussion with Ramsey Nasser, Fred Benenson, Zoë Salditch, Jenna Wortham, and moderated by Lindsey Weber that took place on Saturday, December 14th, 2013 as part of the Emoji Art & Design Show presented by Eyebeam, Forced Meme Productions and GroupMe with additional support from ArtsTech.

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I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false.

We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected on October 8th.

 
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I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false.

We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected on October 7th.

 
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I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false.

We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected on October 6th.

 
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Prism Break Barbie is a solution for girls who want to protect their data beyond just encryption.
The Barbie is equipped with a 3-inch and .6 ounces concealed spring-loaded spike which can be activated by hand or by sitting the doll on a USB or SSD drive. The spikes force when triggered will shatter hardware.

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On September 20 I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false.

We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected the first day.

The sign will be back in Times Square on October 6,7,8, and 9 as part of the Crossing the Line Festival and Times Square Arts.

There is also a talk on October 2nd with economist Richard Wolff and psychotherapist Harriet Fraad at the AMC theater on 42nd Street. RSVP on eventbrite:
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Video made by The Music Building, about CT-SWaM (Contemporary Temporary Sound Works And Music): Eyebeam’s late night concert series curated by Eyebeam Alumni Daniel Neumann, happening intermittently in Eyebeam’s Main Space.

The series focuses on contemporary sound experiments, electro-acoustic multi-channel performance, social relations, improvisation, lowercase artistic presence, and topology – study of place/space with a spatial concept that goes beyond linear, geometrical understandings of space.

One of the series is to create unique situations, to stay irregular, to only apply methods that don’t appear as such – regularities should seem incidental and are then very welcome. The work is the focus and its presentation therefore has to be plastic, morphing, not static. Context provides security: if worked within and against it.

 
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F.A.T. GOLD: Five Years of Free Art & Technology
Curated by Lindsay Howard
April 1–20, 2013

"The free software and arts communities are filled with people motivated not just by money but by the act of creation and a drive to make meaningful, or at least functional, contributions to society," writes F.A.T. Lab co-founder Evan Roth in his recent essay, Artist Hacker: From Free Software to Fine Art. Inspired by the philosophy put forth by Roth, Eyebeam hosted a panel on Thursday April 4 from 7:00pm–8:30pm called "Artists as Hackers". The discussion brought together Roth and F.A.T. Fellows Aram Bartholl, Tobias Leingruber, James Powderly, and Addie Wagenknecht, moderated by Christiane Paul, for a look at how hacker culture has influenced a new generation of artists.

 
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