This event is closed to the public.
Start Date: 
20 Sep 2011
Open to attendees of Strata Jumpstart, Summit and Conference. RSVP required.

Eyebeam has partnered with O’Reilly to invite attendees of the Strata Jumpstart, Summit, and Conference to our Strata New York celebration. Join us to kick-off a week of activities with a festive evening of creative cuisine, signature drinks, and the sharing of innovative ideas in our visualization showcase.

RSVP is required. If you plan to join us, please RSVP here.

The goal is to tell a story about the state of the art of visualization, the boundaries that it pushes (and isn’t pushing yet), the lessons learned from things gone wrong, and how to think about and intelligently interact with data in visual form.

The artists that will be on display include:

People: Alexander Chen, Amanda Cox, Andrew Gelman, Coco Krumme, Eddie Jabbou, Irene Ros, Jer Thorp, Lev Manovich, Ligorano Reese, Ligorano/Reese, Mike Driscoll, Moritz Stefaner
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The first edition of Botacon took place last weekend in Brooklyn. The lineup of speakers was impressive and made for one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended. But one materials-related presentation stood out. Mr.

Co-CEOs of World Series of Tubing - Senior Fellow, Jeff Crouse, and new Fellow Aaron Meyers - will be presenting World Series of Tubing at  TVOT 2010 (TV of Tomorrow) show at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on March 3 and 4, 2010.

The Internet as Playground and Factory: Session C:

EXPROPRIATING LABOR IN VIRTUAL WORLDS: Free Labor, Collective Intelligence, and Artistic Production

Video of conference session now available online


Perspectives of New Cultural Practices

A roundtable conference of digital theorists and practitioners on the future of cultural intelligence and freedoms.

With: Ted Byfield, Steve Kurtz, Amanda McDonald Crowley, Claire Pentecost, Peter Lamborn Wilson

Moderators: Konrad Becker, Jim Fleming

Date: September 10, 2009
Time: 1:30 - 6:30 pm 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Austrian Cultural Forum (ACF)
11 East 52nd Street
New York, NY 10022
Free Entry

Beyond the obsolete models of artist or author as genius and their fetish objects, what collective and collaborative practices are inventing new terrains and flows?

As information and communication technologies saturate our world, how is art giving way to new forms of cultural symbolic manipulation?

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