BERLIN taz | Fünf Tage, sechs Menschen und eine Software: Für Adam Hyde reicht das aus, um ein Buch von der Idee bis zur druckfertigen Version entstehen zu lassen. Klingt irre?


A piece by the artist Michael Mandiberg, part of an installation at Eyebeam. He writes: The work is primarily old found books cut with the laser cutter, as well as some laser cut drawings.

I like taking Dictionaries and turning them into memorials. It is kind of like putting an ironic inscription on a tombstone.


Security Patterns 2009

Walk-through of work made by Michael Mandiberg during 2009. This collection of sculptures was made at Eyebeam.

Cast: Michael Mandiberg, Patrick Davison and Mike Rugnetta


I gave a lecture on August 8th at Dorkbot PDX entitled FAIL, WIN!, FTW?. It is a summary of my recent work experimenting with open licensing on physical objects. I explore what has worked, and what hasn’t, and some of the lessons I have learned.

Marisa Olson also spoke; her lecture is here


Turf War? @ Eyebeam

Michael Mandiberg tackles the advertising parading as street art at Eyebeam yet again.

for more: mandiberg.com

Cast: Michael Mandiberg, Patrick Davison and Steve Lambert


Mandiberg on the Ferry

So I found it. On the top deck. It is the first time I’ve ridden the ferry since it went up. The publicity office at school gave me my own mounted copy… to put up in my office!!???! (yikes)

Michael Mandiberg on the Staten Island Ferry


Graffiti FAIL

Mandiberg Solving Problems... Advertising is not Graffitti. Graffitti Walls are not places for Advertising, especially on the front of Eyebeam's space in Chelsea.

for work by Michael: mandiberg.com
for more anti-advertising work: antiadvertisingagency.com

Cast: Michael Mandiberg

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