We Love New York:
Mapping Manhattan with Artists and Activists
August 8 - 24, 2002
Exhibition hours: 12pm-6pm, Thurs, Fri, Sat.
Event schedule: www.eyebeam.org/ny
Celebrate New York City by engaging in theory and practice about civil liberties and public space. Eyebeam sponsors an exhibition and a series of workshops that are free to the public. Visitors and participants will learn about surveillance technology, the open wireless movement, GIS mapping techniques and tactical media.
An 80-foot long day-glow map of Manhattan by Sumant Jayakrishnan, a luminous 3D model of the skyline by John Klima, computer kiosks with interactive mapping tools by Community Cartography, and a wall of GIS maps illustrating social and economic trends by C-Map and others.
Workshops on surveillance, wireless, urban geography, and tactical media led by the Institute for Applied Autonomy, the Surveillance Camera Players, NYPirg's Community Mapping Assistance Project, Matt Jones (the inventor of "warchalking"), NYC Wireless, Critical Art Ensemble, Beatriz
da Costa, and others.
For more information see www.eyebeam.org/ny.
To volunteer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Eyebeam is a not-for-profit organization established to provide access, education, and support for artists, students and the general public in the field of art and technology. It was founded in 1996 by John S. Johnson with the purpose of introducing broad and diverse audiences to new technologies and media arts while simultaneously establishing new
media art as a significant genre.
This exhibition is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.