Date/Time: 19/06/2004 12:00 am
Open Studios At Eyebeam
Spring/Summer 2004 Artists in Residence Program
Sat, June 19th, 12-6pm
540 W. 21st Street (between 10th & 11th Aves) NYC
Eyebeam presents open studios displaying work in progress from Eyebeam’s Artists in Residence Program, a multidisciplinary initiative that supports the development, creation, and presentation of art works using new technologies.
The following artists will be on hand to discuss and demo their work in progress:
– Michele Barker will present work from Struck, a video and sound installation that begs the question “how do we gain an ‘understanding’ of disease through the visual interpretation of data?”
– Mariam Ghani presents two three-channel videos drawn from her ongoing interactive documentary project Kabul: Reconstructions, which explores the multiple manifestations, meanings and resonances of the idea of reconstruction in the context of post-war Kabul.
– Olle Huge, part of the Swedish artists group Beeoff, presents progress on Tentacle, a series of physical sculptures in locations around the world connected to each other via real time audio/visual feeds.
– Bec Stupak will show work from Issue #3 of her DVD Zine, Scissorfriends, featuring digital video, collage and sound elements including music by Gameboy musician Bubblyfish.
Also currently on view at Eyebeam, Prix Selection, an exhibition of groundbreaking interactive art installations from Ars Electronica. For more information please visit:
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