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Closing Reception: Produced at Eyebeam, 5-8pm


Dates:
Sat Dec 17, 2005 00:00 - Wed Nov 30, 2005

Join us for a closing reception for Produced at Eyebeam from 5-8 on December 17th at Eyebeam. Produced at Eyebeam is the annual presentation of new work created at the not-for-profit art & technology center Eyebeam. The show opened on November 1 and will run through December 17th. The closing reception will include refreshments, a DJ and opportunity to talk with many of the exhibition artists. It is free and open to the public with a suggested donation.

Produced at Eyebeam has consisted of a range of projects including installations, talks, workshops and live performances. Works featured are from artists Brian Alfred, D-Fuse, Julia Loktev, LoVid, Christian Marclay, Anthony McCall, Chihcheng Peng and Robot Clothes.

For a Produced at Eyebeam press release or further information about Eyebeam please visit www.eyebeam.org.

Eyebeam
Location: 540 w 21st Street between 10th & 11th Avenues
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 12:00 - 6:00pm
Bookstore: Tuesday - Saturday, 12:00 - 6:00pm
Admission: All events are free to the public unless otherwise noted
Website: www.eyebeam.org


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Open Studios at Eyebeam: 12-6pm


Dates:
Sat Dec 10, 2005 00:00 - Tue Nov 22, 2005

Eyebeam’s Open Studios
Saturday December 10th, 12-6pm

Come see works in progress by Eyebeam current Artists in Residents Production Fellows and R&D Fellows. Eyebeam’s Open Studios runs from 12-6pm on Saturday, December 10th at 540 West 21st Street. It is free and open to the public with a suggested donation.

Participants include
Artists in Residence: Elliott Malkin, Norene Leddy, Jeff Fedderson, Bill Doslon
Production Fellows: Veronica Skogberg, Morgan Barnard
R&D Fellows: Evan Roth, James Powderly, Limor Fried and Ben Engebreth

To find information about participating artists/ fellows or the programs and application deadline look at: www.eyebeam.org. For information regarding open studios email info@eyebeam.org or call 212/937-6581.

540 W. 21st Street
New York, NY 10011
212-937-6581
www.eyebeam.org


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Holiday Hackshop at Eyebeam 12-6pm


Dates:
Sat Dec 03, 2005 00:00 - Wed Nov 16, 2005

Holiday Hackshop at Eyebeam
Saturday December 3rd, 12-6pm

On Saturday, December 3rd, Eyebeam will be transformed into Santa's tech-workshop with a day full of artist-led fabrication sessions, starting at noon, followed by a holiday party from 4:30-6pm. At our little North Pole in Chelsea, create your own fun, affordable, custom techno DIY gifts.

Workshops are $5-20 per project and are open to participants 8 and older with select workshops open to all ages. Doors open at 12pm. Longer sit down sessions will be run three times during the day, starting at approximately 12:30, 2:00 & 3:30pm. These sessions are first come, first serve while other workshops are planned to accommodate participants on a rotating basis. Whether you want to take time out and learn how to re-wire toys holiday toys to do new tricks, make a solar-powered noise maker, create a circuit board menorah or edit your favorite holiday tunes into strange new mixes. Here is your chance to spend a few minutes trying your hand at basic robotics or just have fun watching holiday craftsters in action- come visit the Eyebeam hackshop.

540 W. 21st Street
New York, NY 10011
212-937-6581
www.eyebeam.org


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Automated Biographies: Saturday November 19th at Eyebeam


Dates:
Sat Nov 19, 2005 00:00 - Tue Nov 08, 2005

Automated Biographies
Saturday, November 19th
Symposium: 12-6pm
Panel: 4-6pm

David Hanson, David Kindlon, Harvey Pekar and Sal Restivo
Moderated by Robot Clothes (James Powderly and Michelle Kempner)

The concepts and tools of AI, human-computer interaction and situationally-aware machines continue to move further from the realm of science-fiction and into the hands of artists, musicians, writers, scientists and DIY enthusiast. As this happens robots and new media are being used to redefine artistic mediums and create highly-personal expressions. Automated Biographies is a creative technology symposium exploring the role of technology in the creation of autobiographical and biographical artworks. This panel and group discussion will introduce several examples of alternative uses of technology and media to explore illness, identity and life in the margins of culture. The panel is open to the public with a suggested donation of $5.

Eyebeam
540 W. 21st Street
New York, NY
212-937-6581
www.eyebeam.org


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Produced at Eyebeam - Postponed until Nov 1st


Dates:
Thu Oct 20, 2005 00:00 - Wed Oct 19, 2005

Unfortunately due to unexpected roof repairs Produced at Eyebeam is postponed and will be opening Nov 1st with a closing party on Dec 17th. Visit our website for more details

Eyebeam
540 W. 21st Street
New York, NY
212-937-6581
www.eyebeam.org