Eyebeam is a platform for artists to engage society’s relationship with technology.
  • Moving video of a dancer, captured on Motion Capture, and transformed in an extended reality interface. First the dancer is multiplied, then he moves into a powerful, cascading light force.

    Oct. 23

    Black Movement in Digital Spaces

    This past year, artist-in-residence LaJuné McMillian has been developing The Black Movement Project, an online database of motion capture data from Black performers and Black character base models. Throughout this process, a series of questions around the ethics of digitizing Black movement have been raised. For our upcoming Eyebeam Assembly, McMillian invited guest speakers Aimee Meredith Cox, Yale Associate Professor of Anthropology and African American Studies, and Writer and Motion Designer Yussef Cole to parse these questions in relationship to their own personal practices and research.


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    The debate over equitable fees is certainly not a new one. How does one really begin the work of putting a monetary equivalent to art labor?


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