Upgrade *BRUNCH* > Saturday March 1st w/Scott Paterson et al.

Posted by Yael Kanarek | Sun Feb 23rd 2003 7:40 p.m.

Dear all,

April will mark three years of Upgrade gatherings at Eyebeam. We decided to
shake off the winter cold and celebrate with a winning trio of art, company
and brunch, along with Eyebeam members on Saturday, March 1st at noon. For
logistical reasons (RE: # of bagels, etc.) please let Perry Lowe know you're

RSVP: perry@eyebeam.org

Around 1:00 PM Scott Paterson will begin the review of his work and
work-in-progress. Marina Zurkow and Julian Bleecker will join Scott to talk
about their collaboration on the PDPal project.

Scott Paterson is an architect and artist currently in practice as an
Information Architect and Interaction Designer in New York City. He studied
architecture at the University of Minnesota CALA and Columbia University
GSAP. He is on the faculty of Columbia University Graduate School of
Architecture and Parsons School of Design where he teaches Interface Design,
Multimedia and Thesis Studios in the MFA in Design and Technology Program.
His work explores architecture as an interface protocol between the activity
of our daily lives and the space of the network. Recent projects he'll show
include (Your Show Here), Prototype for StaticVehicle, *-scope.


Saturday, March 1, 2003
540-548 west 21st street
bet 10 & 11 Ave

Looking forward to seeing you.

MTAA and Golan Levin's talks are now online:

Yael Kanarek

About our host: Eyebeam is a not-for-profit organization established in
1996. Through its Education, Moving Image and Exhibition divisions the
organization works to expand the public's appreciation and understanding of
media art. As part of its mission and efforts to provide support for artists
working within the intersection of art, science, and technology, Eyebeam is
excited to act as host for The Upgrade! events and activities since April

:: World of Awe: http://www.worldofawe.net > Whitney Biennial 2002 selection
:: The Traveler's Journal [Chapter 2] >
:: treasure/crumbs . media art initiatives: http://www.treasurecrumbs.com
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