Three ITP Alumni Have Work Featured in Interference, an Eyebeam 10-Yr. Retrospective Exhibit

ITP ’02 Alumni Yury Gitman, Carlos J. Gomez de Llarena, and James Powderly of the Graffiti Research Lab have work featured in an Eyebeam Exhibit.

Part of the Eyebeam 10 Year Retrospective Series of exhibitions
September 27 – November 10, 2007
Opening 6PM Thursday, September 27

540 W. 21st St.

8PM VJ Performance by Caspar Stracke, Benton-C Bainbridge, and Angie Eng.

Artists include:

Forays | Angie Eng | Jill Magid | Carrie Dashow | Jesse Pearlman Karlsberg | Trevor Paglen | neuroTransmitter | Robert Ransick | Yury Gitman | Carlos J. Gómez de Llarena | IAA | Graffiti Research Lab | Caspar Stracke | Eyebeam R&D Lab | Michael Frumin | Jonah Peretti

Interference is the second of three exhibitions celebrating 10 years of Eyebeam support for artists experimenting with new technologies. Employing a diverse array of media and strategies, which includes data visualization, performance, community engagement and public intervention, the artists and collectives featured in Interference probe ideas of access and autonomy.

From the very public, but deliberately obscured, satellite surveillance data recorded in Paglen and IAA’s work tracking CIA aircraft, to the intimacy of Magid’s collaboration with a local NYC police officer; from Forays’ engagement with local community gardeners, to GRL, Gómez de Llarena and Gitman’s tools for communication, the projects in Interference ask us to seriously consider concepts of communal space in an increasingly privatized public sphere.

Amanda McDonald Crowley, Executive Director

Click here for a list of public workshops and events during Interference:

Click here for the Press Release:

Saturday, December 29th, 2007
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