About
Roderick Schrock
Director

Roderick (Roddy) works the frontier where tech, art and society collide.

He helps launch inventive and critical projects as director of Eyebeam and through independent exhibition organizing, occasional writing, and when necessary, drinks for artist friends. As a former (and future) digital artist himself, he understands that the most valuable gift to a practitioner is generous and long-term support.

Roddy has toured, spoken, and curated widely. His essays have been published by MIT Press and appear regularly in online spaces. He has acted as adjunct faculty at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, taught at STEIM, and sits on the Netherland-America Foundation Cultural Commission. He received an MFA from Mills College, Oakland and a certificate in Sonology at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague.

He makes Brooklyn home where he lives with his partner Joon and their foster dog.

@rddy

 

Roderick Schrock

Director

Roderick (Roddy) works the frontier where tech, art and society collide.

He helps launch inventive and critical projects as director of Eyebeam and through independent exhibition organizing, occasional writing, and when necessary, drinks for artist friends. As a former (and future) digital artist himself, he understands that the most valuable gift to a practitioner is generous and long-term support.

Roddy has toured, spoken, and curated widely. His essays have been published by MIT Press and appear regularly in online spaces. He has acted as adjunct faculty at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, taught at STEIM, and sits on the Netherland-America Foundation Cultural Commission. He received an MFA from Mills College, Oakland and a certificate in Sonology at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague.

He makes Brooklyn home where he lives with his partner Joon and their foster dog.

@rddy

 

Billy Dang
Senior Manager Design Technology

Billy supports Eyebeam residents with technology resources and fabrication strategies. 

He received a Bachelor of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute and an MPS from Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU Tisch. He researches and develops projects concerning interactive and wearable technologies.

billy.dang@eyebeam.org

@ddaanngg_bb

 

Billy Dang

Senior Manager Design Technology

Billy supports Eyebeam residents with technology resources and fabrication strategies. 

He received a Bachelor of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute and an MPS from Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU Tisch. He researches and develops projects concerning interactive and wearable technologies.

billy.dang@eyebeam.org

@ddaanngg_bb

 

Magali Duzant
Bookkeeper

Magali Duzant

Magali is a NY-based artist working with time-based processes to examine the role of technology as a mediator of our experiences.

She received a BA of Humanities and Arts from Carnegie Mellon University and an MFA from Parsons, The New School for Design. She has shown her work at the Queens Museum, the State Hermitage Museum, and the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, among many other spaces. She was awarded a Queens Council on The Arts Grant in 2015 for her public work, Live Streaming Sunset.

Magali Duzant

Magali Duzant

Bookkeeper

Magali is a NY-based artist working with time-based processes to examine the role of technology as a mediator of our experiences.

She received a BA of Humanities and Arts from Carnegie Mellon University and an MFA from Parsons, The New School for Design. She has shown her work at the Queens Museum, the State Hermitage Museum, and the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, among many other spaces. She was awarded a Queens Council on The Arts Grant in 2015 for her public work, Live Streaming Sunset.

Lauren Gardner
Associate Director of Education

Lauren is the Associate Director of Education at Eyebeam and is passionate about education.

She is a partner and co-organizer for the School For Poetic Computation and a co-owner of the videogame art collective and DIY gallery Babycastles. In a past life she spent 15+ years as a Technical Product Manager building enterprise level software for companies including Turner / Time Warner & Thomson Reuters.

Building things through collaborative process that would not be possible alone is the heart of her professional and personal pursuits.

lauren.gardner@eyebeam.org

Lauren Gardner

Associate Director of Education

Lauren is the Associate Director of Education at Eyebeam and is passionate about education.

She is a partner and co-organizer for the School For Poetic Computation and a co-owner of the videogame art collective and DIY gallery Babycastles. In a past life she spent 15+ years as a Technical Product Manager building enterprise level software for companies including Turner / Time Warner & Thomson Reuters.

Building things through collaborative process that would not be possible alone is the heart of her professional and personal pursuits.

lauren.gardner@eyebeam.org

Joanna Gould
Outreach and Development Manager

Joanna Gould is an Australian arts manager who is currently based in Brooklyn working with Eyebeam on sponsor relationship development.

She has been working in the creative community in Australia for the last ten years and has a double major in History and Fine Art with a Masters of Art Curatorship.

She has held roles as Curatorial Assistant for the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Festival Director of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival and General Manager at Going Down Swinging.

joanna.gould@eyebeam.org

 

Joanna Gould

Outreach and Development Manager

Joanna Gould is an Australian arts manager who is currently based in Brooklyn working with Eyebeam on sponsor relationship development.

She has been working in the creative community in Australia for the last ten years and has a double major in History and Fine Art with a Masters of Art Curatorship.

She has held roles as Curatorial Assistant for the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Festival Director of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival and General Manager at Going Down Swinging.

joanna.gould@eyebeam.org

 

Laura Welzenbach
Director of Residencies

Laura Welzenbach

Laura is directing, developing and implementing Eyebeam’s residency programs.

Laura is a non-profit Arts Manager and makes things happen. She has experience in strategic planning, non-profit leadership, program development and implementation and resource management. 

Before Eyebeam, Laura was Executive Manager of the sound:frame Festival from 2009 to 2013, and has been involved as a Project Manager in festivals such as Ars Electronica. She recently received a research grant from the BKA Austrian Art Management Program. She holds a Master’s Degree in Theatre, Film and Media Studies from the University of Vienna and has studied Arts Non-Profit Management.

laura.welzenbach@eyebeam.org

Laura Welzenbach

Laura Welzenbach

Director of Residencies

Laura is directing, developing and implementing Eyebeam’s residency programs.

Laura is a non-profit Arts Manager and makes things happen. She has experience in strategic planning, non-profit leadership, program development and implementation and resource management. 

Before Eyebeam, Laura was Executive Manager of the sound:frame Festival from 2009 to 2013, and has been involved as a Project Manager in festivals such as Ars Electronica. She recently received a research grant from the BKA Austrian Art Management Program. She holds a Master’s Degree in Theatre, Film and Media Studies from the University of Vienna and has studied Arts Non-Profit Management.

laura.welzenbach@eyebeam.org

David Xu Borgonjon
Curator

David Borgonjon

David Borgonjon is responsible for creating context through public programs and online content. 

He is a founding editor of SCREEN, curated Really, Socialism?!, and is on the board of Momenta Art. He writes widely on problems of form for art magazines, and has been supported by the New Museum, the Laundromat Project, and Wave Hill.

david.borgonjon@eyebeam.org

David Borgonjon

David Xu Borgonjon

Curator

David Borgonjon is responsible for creating context through public programs and online content. 

He is a founding editor of SCREEN, curated Really, Socialism?!, and is on the board of Momenta Art. He writes widely on problems of form for art magazines, and has been supported by the New Museum, the Laundromat Project, and Wave Hill.

david.borgonjon@eyebeam.org

Matt Corwine
Outreach Advisor

Matt supports Eyebeam’s outreach to donors, media and extended family.

He is a writer, technologist and communications leader working in Brooklyn, with roots in the technology, art and electronic music communities in the Pacific Northwest. He spent 15 years in various engineering and communications roles at Microsoft, most recently on the company’s strategic prototyping team.

Matt Corwine

Outreach Advisor

Matt supports Eyebeam’s outreach to donors, media and extended family.

He is a writer, technologist and communications leader working in Brooklyn, with roots in the technology, art and electronic music communities in the Pacific Northwest. He spent 15 years in various engineering and communications roles at Microsoft, most recently on the company’s strategic prototyping team.