Lot 61 and Bungalow 8
34 35th St., Unit 26, Brooklyn, NY, 11232
A founder of art works using light, Martin has, since the 60's, created seminal new media works. As early as 1968, Howard Wise called his work "cybernetic" for the way he applied information processes. In his works "Well" and "Interaction Room," the electronic systems were the interface between the viewer and the event and process of the sculpture or installed environment. He created the electronic and optical configurations for these in his own studio, and when necessary, commissioned help from the new generation of engineers and scientists forging new ways and methods.
Evan Harper produces solo and collaborative work in the field of creative digital re-appropriation. He has developed video game modifications and tools since 1995; and his games have been featured in Game Informer and The New York Times. Previous projects inlude Postal Chairs for Privately Owned Public Spaces, Wolfengitmo and the Genomic Psalm of the Day. Evan worked on programming to assist Bill Dolson to realize his 2005-6 Eyebeam residency project and was brought on board as Technical Director in Eyebeam's Production Studio in 2006. He will join Geraldine as a Senior Fellow in Eyebeam's Production Lab for 2006-7.