On Friday, February 7th we’ll be hosting the third in a series of intimate conversations between celebrated curator Barbara London, and artists she has worked with and admired throughout her pioneering career. For this iteration, London will be in conversation with artist Christine Sun Kim. Kim uses the medium of sound in performance and drawing to investigate her relationship with spoken languages and her aural environment. The event will discuss the politics and possibilities of voice, listening, and language, as well as the role technology plays in how we engage with and visualize sound.
These residents are all working on projects guided by the central prompt “what are the terms of refusal?”
Latoya Peterson, Stephanie Dinkins for Wired
Our latest ECFJ piece in Wired, written by Latoya Peterson and Stephanie Dinkins explores how technology can become more diverse and welcoming to underrepresented groups. The answer may be where few are looking—the city of Atlanta.
#AskTheExpert invites the Eyebeam community to ask an expert questions pertaining to their field. This week we opened up questions to Surya Mattu, an artist, engineer, journalist, and Eyebeam alum.
Eyebeam announces the recipients of their 2020 Residency, alongside the inaugural Storyteller in Residence Award, a new multi-year initiative launched in partnership with RLab to celebrate masters of visual storytelling and examine the role of emerging technologies through the lens of equity and access.