artist talk

Start Date: 
27 Jan 2011
Hours: 
6:30PM-9PM
Cost: 
Sliding scale: $25–$10
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Space Invaders is the final event in Eyebeam’s X-Lab Salon series, a program of thematic critical discussions taking place around an informal dining table.

Join Eyebeam on January 27 for Space Invaders, an evening of art + technology + food + conversation with fellows Kaho Abe and Aaron Meyers, and residents Aram Bartholl and Ted Southern. Over the course of the evening, guests learn more about new creative research from this stellar line-up, and are invited to share in a series of spacey edible delights.

 

Other Events in the X-Lab Salon Series:

November 9, 2010
Surround Sounds: Jacob Ciocci, Tahir Hemphill, David Jimison

 
Start Date: 
7 Dec 2010
Hours: 
6:30PM-9PM
Cost: 
Sliding scale: $25–$10
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Artificial Intelligence is the second event in Eyebeam’s new X-Lab Salon series, a program of thematic critical discussions taking place around an informal dining table.

Join Eyebeam for Artificial Intelligence, an evening of art + technology + food + conversation with fellows Jon Cohrs and Brooke Singer, and resident Stefani Bardin. Over the course of the evening, guests will be invited to share in a series of edible delights.

Event at capacity! RSVP for January 11

 

 

Other Events in the X-Lab Salon Series:

 
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Start: 09/16/2010 - 7:30pm
End: 09/16/2010 - 9:30pm

Thursday, September 16, 7:30pm

Please join us this Thursday, September 16 as we continue our programming series Open-Sourcing the City: Invited and Uninvited Participation. In the last event, professor/author Miriam Greenberg established the relationship between city branding and urban development agendas like Bloomberg's "Luxury City". Against this backdrop, how can cultural creatives and spatial practitioners participate productively? What are constructive forms of critical engagement?

 
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Nullsleep is Jeremiah Johnson.
Living in Manhattan, New York.
Attended Columbia University School of Engineering & Applied Science.

Nullsleep creates powerful romantic pop using repurposed low-bit electronics in a relentless search for new ways to circumvent their limitations. Bittersweet melodies and driving, rhythmic pulses are coaxed out of small plastic devices to produce a surprisingly intense sound. In 1999 Nullsleep cofounded 8bitpeoples, a collective of artists interested in the audio-visual aesthetics of early home computers and video game consoles. He has since released a number of recordings through 8bitpeoples, Astralwerks, Aniplex and others. Based in New York City, Nullsleep has performed extensively throughout North America, Europe and Asia, including the 20-date International Chiptune Resistance world tour in 2006.

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