34 35th St., Unit 26, Brooklyn, NY, 11232
Lines don’t just separate; they also tie together the surfaces they split. This exhibition highlights five Eyebeam projects which probe at the porous boundary between the external and the internal, by examining how technologies make visible, audible or thinkable that which is normally hidden away inside.
Kenneth Kirschner + Joshue Ott, Joanna Cheung, Tega Brain, Lilian Kreutzberger, Gene Kogan + Lisa Kori Chung
Exhibition on view 11/19-12/20
Opening Reception: 11/19, 6-8PM
117 Beekman Street in Manhattan (Close to Titanic Park)
Open Tuesday - Sunday 12:00PM - 7:00PM
A subtly interactive installation by Kirschner and Ott allows visitors’ gestures to take on a material form in light and sound. Cheung’s dialogues with her family inventively adapt computer code for its storytelling power. Using natural elements, Brain creates sensory experiences from the wi-fi networks which surround us. Kreutzberger’s paintings interrogate and layer invisible connectivities, while Kogan and Chung explore tools for digital performativity.
These works are examples of technology in an expanded sense: they are physical and conceptual tools by which we navigate and ultimately transform our contexts. This show was preceded by the exhibition Outside/In, which sought to bring digital imagery into dialogue with physical architecture.
Robust programming accompanies this exhibition, and will all take place in the Seaport location at 117 Beekman Street.
Daily tours by our professional docents at 12:30PM and 5:30PM
Artist-led tours take place every Saturday from 3:30-5 PM
Sat. 11/21 Lisa Kori Chung, Gene Kogan and Joanna Cheung
Sat. 12/5 Kenneth Kirschner and Joshue Ott
Sat. 12/12Lilian Kreutzberger
Sat. 12/19 Tega Brain
Take place from 6-8PM. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure you get a spot.
Tue 11/24 "The Opera Tool Kit," a dramatic performance by Lisa Kori Chung and Gene Kogan
Thu 12/3 "variant," an audiovisual performance by Joshue Ott and Kenneth Kirschner
Wed 12/9 "Eccentric Engineering," panel moderated by Tega Brain