Videos from Eyebeam
Nancy Diniz is an artist exploring the space between the body and the environment through an examination of skin.
Pamela Liou examines the way that technology impacts how we relate to our clothes.
Playable Fashion is an after school program at Eyebeam that teaches children to think critically about technology.
Technology Should Be In Service Of Poetry
A video art piece from Zach Lieberman.
Resident Stories: Stephanie Dinkins
Stephanie Dinkins is an artist interested in artificial intelligence as it intersects race, gender, aging, knowledge, and our future histories.
Resident Stories: INFRA
Surya Mattu and Ingrid Burrington are INFRA, a journalism project at Eyebeam.
Resident Stories: Dhruv Mehrotra
Dhruv Mehrotra is an activist and engineer who thinks about networks, power, and policy.
Resident Stories: BUFU
BUFU is collaborative group centered around Black and Asian cultural and political relationships.
Eyebeam is a platform for artists to engage society’s relationship with technology. Technology’s effect on our future is always changing and difficult to understand. Through exploratory process and emotionally compelling output, Eyebeam believes that artists can help us visualize and realize a more just future.
Eyebeam provides both space and support for a community of diverse, justice-driven artists. Our annual residency program, highly engaged community of alumni, advanced tools and resources, and shows and events help our artists bring their work to life and out into the world. Eyebeam enables people to think creatively and critically about technology’s effect on society, with the mission of revealing new paths toward a more just future for all.