food

Hours: 
Seatings nightly at 7:00PM + 9:15PM
Cost: 
$80 Monday-Saturday, $45 Sunday
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Monkey Town 3
June 13 - August 11, 7 nights/week
Screenings: 7pm + 9:15pm 
Purchase Tickets! 

Monkey Town, the first experimental, completely immersive film and food experience, returns to NYC at Eyebeam this summer, June 13 • August 11, for a two month nightly pop up before launching a national tour.

Special Event Nights:

Thursday, August 1
R Luke Dubois + Emilie Baltz + Andre Vida + TBA
A night of live music, live visuals, and live food! 

 
People: Alison Mennor, Annie Pearlman, Astrid Menze, Ben Ridgway, Brian Close, Bunny Rogers + Filip Olszewski, Chris Rice, Errol Morris, Eve Sussman, Fred Hua, Jack + Leigh Ruby, Josh Cross, Kathy Rose, Maggie Lee, Max Sussman, Montgomery Knott, Nacxi Gaxiola, Peter Burr, Shana Moulton, Simon Lee, Tara Sinn, Theo Angell, Trisha Baga, Will Rahilly, Will Strobeck, Zefrey Throwell
Tags: event, Film, food, installation, screening

Eyebeam's The Counter Kitchen Turns Food Upside-Down and Inside Out
By Lauren Shockey, Wed., Mar. 9 2011 @ 12:16PM

Eyebeam
Kitchen confidential? Never!
Eyebeam, a cool nonprofit celebrating the intersection of art and technology, is hosting a series called The Counter Kitchen, which explores how science and marketing have made food and product labels impossible to decode and will teach participants to reverse-engineer favorite foods.

 
Start Date: 
3 Mar 2011 - 16 Apr 2011
Hours: 
12:00PM-6:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Eyebeam presents Resident Stefani Bardin's Commodity Cropism in the Window Gallery, March 3 - April 16. The multi-channel video installation culture-jams highly stylized tropes of commercials in order to look at three problematic monocultures of industrial agricultural production: corn, soy, and sugar. The project seeks to expose veiled information about these crops and provide the public with data left out or obscured by loosely monitored food production and labeling systems.


 

Gastro-Vision: Food and Technology in an Art Lab
November 26th, 2010
by Nicole Caruth

 
Start Date: 
4 Dec 2010
Hours: 
12PM-6PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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On Saturday, December 4 Eyebeam's X-Lab hosts Art + Science Saturday, a focused workshop space for youth to experiment, play, and learn about creative practice at the intersection of art and science.

PROGRAM:

••• Undesigning.org presents: The Counter Kitchen
A collaboration between Brooke Singer and Stefani Bardin

 

Stefani Bardin, Eyebeam Resident, will be giving a public lecture at a talk at Concordia University, Montreal, outlining her current research on food and technology on October 14, 2010. 4 - 6pm.

 
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, FI:AF
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Eyebeam is thrilled to be participating in Farm City: Where Are You Growing? A Celebration of Urban Agriculture!

 
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Stefani Bardin is a media maker working between video, film, installation and performance.  She is currently engaged with a body of work entitled The Pharmacology of Taste which looks at the role of technology on our food systems.  Her projects include the repurposing of gastroenterology devices that record images and information from the GI tract in concert with synthetic food scents, sound, behavioral neuroscience and cultural history to re-imagine and re-contextualize our food systems within the influences of corporate culture and industrial food production.

Eyebeam CV
2011FHonorary Resident
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Partner Organizations: 
Andes Sprouts Society
 
Research: Sustainability
Tags: biotechnology, food, gastroenterology
Partner Organizations: Andes Sprouts Society
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re:farm the city - tools for urban farmers

it is a mix of a good meal (the crop, the friends, the seeds, ...) , hardware (the urban farm, the composter, the electronics, the sensors, recycled materials, ...), software (build a farm according to your personal needs, your local vegetables, local gastronomy, ...) that will give you the tools to design, control and manage your farm during its life.

Project Created: 
June 2010
 
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