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    • ASCENSION – Interactive Installation

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      ASCENSION An Interactive Installation Willpower (William Ismael) + Carrie Mae Rose collaborate in the duo FLUID THUNDER for the interactive projection mapping of the tetrahedron winged computational fashion installation at Eyebeam (Art + Technology Center in New York City). ------- The Process Carrie Mae creates hand-built wing structures out of wire tetrahedrons and fabric. Willpower codes 2 animations in Processing, which is an open-source programming language, development environment, and online community. He uses Leap Motion, which is a sensory technology, detecting human hands and fingers. Willpower attaches his interactive human generated animations to the Leap Motion sensor. They follow a person's hand movements in real-time and on key with accurate precision. The public interacts with the installation by activating the wings through their physical movements. ------- The Story The animation displays beams of light representing solar neutrinos and the love we have access to at all times. Wings symbolize aspiration and ascension. The light is symbolic of angelic light coming from realms above, shining down to inspire and remind us that we are pure love in our hearts. The bubble eruptions represent both the thunderous fire energy residing inside our human forms and the Big Bang Theory that we are all becoming lighter and lighter each moment in time throughout our expansion into infinite space. ------- The Experience Human beings generate the art on the angel wings by moving their hands. They become part of the art. They create the art. An ongoing 3D generative animation is mapped behind the wings. An interactive animation generated by people is mapped onto the wings. Without human movements, no animation is created on the tetrahedron angel wings. We include you to be part of the art because it is about us. It is about the interaction between the artists and the visitors. We communicate and transcend messages which are experienced beyond just looking at a piece by making you a co-creator of the piece. It is about us coming together and interacting in the space with 'others' we may have not engaged in a conversations with otherwise. It becomes an unique shared experience. ------- Credits Sculpture by Carrie Mae Rose. Interactive Projection Mapping by WILLPOWER STUDIOS (William Ismael). Video Shot + Edited + Music by WILLPOWER STUDIOS (William Ismael). ------- To know more about project, visit www.WillpowerStudios.com

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      • KEEP A BEST TRICK

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        www.eyebeamvideos.com Dans le cadre du mois international de sensibilisation au cancer du sein "Octobre Rose", Keep A Breast a élaboré un programme de manifestations variées ( performances artistiques, skate, conférences, concerts caritatifs, exposition et vente aux enchères) dont les bénéfices seront reversés à la fondation : la Révolution Rose www.revolutionrose.fr Keep A Breast France: https://www.facebook.com/KeepABreastFrance Obey Clothing France: https://www.facebook.com/pages/OBEY-Clothing-France/400549381390?fref=ts Le Hangar Darwin: https://www.facebook.com/darwin.hangar?fref=ts

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        • PRISM Break Barbie

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          Prism Break Barbie is a solution for girls who want to protect their data beyond just encryption. The Barbie is equipped with a 3-inch and .6 ounces concealed spring-loaded spike which can be activated by hand or by sitting the doll on a USB or SSD drive. The spikes force when triggered will shatter hardware.

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          • SHiKAKU 04

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            • SHiKAKU 07 PROTOTYPE TESTING

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              See final installation on https://vimeo.com/85317232 SHiKAKU 07, a digital Zen garden by Eyebeam Resident CHiKA on view October 24th through November 16th at Eyebeam in NY. Known for her minimalist interactive and site-specific projection mapping installations, 2013 Spring/Summer Eyebeam Resident CHiKA will present her residency project SHiKAKU 07, the latest iteration of her SHiKAKU series, in Eyebeam’s Main Space from October 24th to November 16th, 2013. SHiKAKU (四角, 視覚, 視角, 死角) is a Japanese homophone that translates to “square,” “visual,” “optic angle,” and “blind spot.” Sound designed and programmed in collaboration with Phan Visutyothapibal, SHiKAKU 07 consists of two light cube structures and six channel speakers in a darkened room activated by the movement of participants in the space. A digital Zen garden reduced to its most basic elements of rocks and trees, and water represented by LED lights and the movement of people. The audience brings the elements to life with each movement triggering new and unexpected light and sounds patterns. CHiKA is an interactive visual artist and an educator. She creates a minimalist geometric visual narrative in sync with the sounds of live music performance in addition to interactive projection mapping installations that explore the relationship between visual, light, sound and public audience. Her work has been shown at the American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Art and Design, the Hammer Museum, San Francisco Art Institute, Centre d’Art Contemporain Geneva, Museo Regional de Guadalajara, Matadero Madrid, Theatre Maisonneuve, Biennial in Venezuela, eBay, New York University, Cooper Union, The School of Visual Arts, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Eyebeam, Harvestworks, Millennium, Mapping Festival, Dumbo Arts Festival, MOD Festival, Blip Festival New York, Blip Festival Tokyo, Mutek, Nuit Blanche, Metropolitan Pavilion, Music Hall of Williamsburg, The Gramercy Theatre, S.O.B.’s, and among other places. Sound design and programming by Phan Visutyothapibal Technical advice by Boris Edelstein LED light provided by GarageCube & ShowJockey Supported by Madmapper and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant

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              • I LIKE LIGHT WIND

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                selfportrait shot by B B www.eyebeamvideos.com

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                • BEACH HOUSE

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                  https://www.facebook.com/eyebeamvideos

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                  • Eyebeam - OPEN(art)- Addie Wagenknecht

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                    Addie Wagenknecht was born in an airport terminal somewhere in Oregon, or so it has been suggested. In her twenties, she fell into the gypsy life and solo hitchhiked around the world before landing in New York City. While in New York she completed a Masters at New York University as a Wasserman Scholar while spending her nights finding the best source of tacos at 4am. Since the end of her taco mission, she has held fellowships at Eyebeam, CultureLabUK, HyperWerk Institute for Post-Industrial Design and most recently at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University. She is a member of FAT lab. In her free time, Addie enjoys making middle aged rich men uncomfortable, dropping off steep ledges and eating cake. She splits her time between the US and Europe but really just lives on the internet. Through her work she hopes to challenge the status quo and create a sense of bittersweet irony (preferably both at once). Addie is also the co-founder of NORTD labs.

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                    • Eyebeam Fellow Laurel Ptak- Researcher of Cyberfeminist Art Practices - The Very First Year

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                      Eyebeam Fellow Laurel Ptak- Researcher of Cyberfeminist Art Practices - The Very First Year Since Eyebeam's founding 16 years ago, this is the very first year that its roster of Fellows, Residents, and Honorary Fellows includes a greater number of women than men. The Very First Year is an all-day event in consideration of this fact. Installations + activities by Feminist Economics Department (The FED), Miki Foster, Jen Kennedy + Liz Linden, Laurel Ptak, Queer Technologies, Cassie Thornton, and Caroline Woolard. Potluck dinner with presentations of current work by numerous female Eyebeam Alumnae. Organized by current Fellow Laurel Ptak and inspired by her ongoing research at Eyebeam into cyberfeminist art practices since the 1990s. FULL SCHEDULE: 12pm: installations on view, coffee served, newspapers for reading Installations on view all day will include: a Cyberfeminst Reading Room; a selection of Queer Technologies’ products including ENgenderingGenderChangers, a “solution” to Gender Adapters’ male/female binary; and artist-made furniture designed at Eyebeam by Caroline Woolard. 1–2:30pm: New York Times Feminist Reading Group A reading group dedicated to Saturday, July 27th’s edition of The New York Times from a feminist perspective. The discussion begins informally with whatever news item or question participants first raise, and ranges widely from investigations of specific articles or images, to editorial choices and ad placements, to the larger questions of the business of newspapers, the migration of news into digital formats, and the future of media in general. Hosted by Liz Linden and Jen Kennedy. 3–4:30pm: Feminist Reproduction 3D Printing Workshop A workshop on the fundamentals of how to use the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer, focused on its feminist potential. Miki Foster will teach the basics of 3D printing while the Feminist Economics Department (the FED) leads the production of an object with extremely high, yet completely non-monetary value. Attendees will learn about and participate in 3D printing as well as help produce the first 3D prototype of a feminist financial instrument and a new logic of value. 5pm: drinks and appetizers served, personalized 3D printing tutorials Try your own hand at 3D printing on the MakerBot, Miki Foster will guide you through the process of printing files specially-developed by the Feminist Economics Department (the FED). You’ll be able to keep what you print and tutorials will run throughout the evening—until the filament runs dry. 6–10pm: Potluck Dinner featuring presentations of current work by Eyebeam Alumnae Join numerous current and past female Eyebeam fellows, residents and honorary fellows who will present their current work over an informal potluck dinner. Appetizers and drinks are provided by Eyebeam and participants and audience are encouraged to bring a dish or desert to share with all. General info: http://eyebeam.org/projects/the-very-first-year July 27th event details: http://eyebeam.org/events/the-very-first-year

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