Join Eyebeam artists, residents, fellows and staff in a collective creative sprint to get your creative energy going and challenge yourself to make something out of all these ideas in your head.
Organized by Eyebeam R&D Fellow Mouna Andraos you're invited you to join in a daily creative endeavor where everyone involved produces one thing (project, sketch, exercise) per day and shares them online on a collective blog. Take advantage of the opportunity to share ideas and receive constructive advice while developing new work.
- For 4 weeks starting on Thursday the 1st of February,
- Participants create one new work/exercise a day.
- Choose your own themes, one per week,
- Work in any medium.
- And post your work on the group blog every day.
If creating 28 things is too daunting a challenge we still hope you'll drop by the blog site to post comments, give feedback and join in the fun. For more information visit http://itp.nyu.edu/~hf35/creativeact/
Coming from a family that owns a couple of craftsman bungalows, I really appreciate built-in furniture and shelving. If I had my druthers, my future home would have a little breakfast nook like this someday.
February 03 - March 03, 2007
Nunzuka Underground is pleased to present new works by Alexander Gelman, including one large scale sculptural installation and a series of 63 prints.
Alexander Gelman is an accomplished media artist based in New York. His work, widely shown around the world, is included in public and private collections including the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., New York's Museum of Modern Art, and The Bibliothèque National de France in Paris.
Employing various media, Gelman challenges the boundaries between art, science, politics and popular culture. His work, exemplified by simplicity and impeccable formal starkness, is rich in conceptual complexity. Its referential philosophical nature implies various subtexts through the viewers' interpretation.
Artist Led Alternate Soundtrack City Tour
February 3, 2007
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
* Meet at SoEx and bring your radio or check one out at the gallery.
24 Hour Alternate Soundtrack City Tour Broadcast
February 3 – February 4, 2007
12:00 pm – 12:00 pm
Location: Meet at Southern Exposure, 2901 Mission Street @ 25th Street by noon to begin the tour
Kora Junger lived in the Bay Area for five years in the late 1990's before moving back to Hamburg, Germany. She has been back to visit a few times since then, but has not lived here since 2001. The second Alternate Soundtrack City Tour will focus on Kora's personal memories of areas of the Mission District during the time she lived here. Stories along the tour reveal a host of reflections on cultural exchange and memory ranging through communication, transportation, sexual politics, and thrift store shopping. This tour will be audible on Saturday, February 3 for 24 hours starting at 12:00 pm and for the following month. For more information visit www.neighborhoodpublicradio.org/TRACKS.
Culver City is the new Santa Monica for the NY Times! When I was living in Chelsea, all they could ever ramble on about was Dogtown this or Ocean Park that. Kind of ironic considering the last sentence of the piece.
Awww. I stumbled upon Dealership's music video for "Forest" again and it totally made me all warm and fuzzy inside. Aaron Novak does a brilliant job of capturing the song's pixelated love homage to Nintendo.