[islandlabs] Eyebeam Residencies Summer / Fall 2009

Jonathan Dahan jedahan
Fri Apr 10 15:21:18 EDT 2009

 Eyebeam is pleased to announce our open call for Summer/Fall 2009
Artist Residencies.  If you are interested in applying, and can
attend, we'll be hosting a "How To Apply" Forum, in New York City, on
April 16, 7PM featuring past Eyebeam Resident and recent Residency
curatorial panelist Robert Ransick (Bennington College, Vermont) and
current senior fellow Steve Lambert (Parsons/The New School and Hunter
College). The forum should last less than two hours and is an
excellent way to learn about the types of projects that are made here,
how to make your application connect with our institutional model, and
meet people who have been on both sides of the application process.

Below is the official call, please don't hesitate to contact me if you
would like further information on our residency program.

Best Regards,

Roddy Schrock
Production Coordinator

540 W. 21st Street
New York, NY  10011, USA
T +1 - 212.937.6580 x236
F +1 - 212.937.6582

roddy at eyebeam.org


Eyebeam Residencies
Summer / Fall 2009

You've got big ideas. You could use a little time and money, not to
mention support and inspiration, to create a visionary project. Apply
now for Eyebeam's Summer/Fall 2009 Residency cycle. Residents are
granted a $5,000 stipend and 24/7 access to Eyebeam's state of the art
digital design and fabrication studios at their Chelsea facility.

About the Residency

Eyebeam residencies support the creative research, production and
presentation of initiatives querying art, technology and culture. The
residency is a period of concentration and immersion in artistic
investigation, daring research or production of visionary,
experimental applications and projects. Past initiatives have ranged
from live animation, sound and physical computing works to technical
prototypes, installations and tactical media events. Check out what
our current and past residents have been doing here:

The ideal resident will both contribute to and benefit from the
collective environment at Eyebeam, and will embrace the spirit of
openness shared across the organization: open source, open content and
open distribution.

To promote collaboration and the sharing of diverse skill sets,
Eyebeam has established and continues to encourage the formation of
research groups that bring together creative practitioners working at
Eyebeam as well as expert external participants.

New research often leads to public outcomes including seminars,
workshops and exhibition. Research groups currently active at Eyebeam

? Sustainability
? Urban Research
? Middle Eastern Research
? Open Cultures

Artists and creative technologists interested in these research areas
are particularly encouraged to apply for 2009 residencies, but we are
also open to accepting ideas for emerging areas of research.

Eyebeam is also seeking proposals from artists whose practices:
a) actively engage different community groups, especially youth;
b) focus on open source/culture ideologies, including intellectual
property, licensing issues and law; and/or
c) investigate sustainable models of food production and consumption
and the impact of those models on society.

Residents are expected to participate in public events including
workshops, demonstrations of research in progress, panel discussions,
and online releases, in addition to regularly scheduled open studio

The program term is from the beginning of August to the end of
January. Residents will be selected from an open call, based on the
quality of the work or research being proposed, the availability of
the necessary tools and skills to support the work, and in
consideration of the overarching research themes and activities of the

Eyebeam is committed to building a diverse creative environment. We
recognize diversity as encompassing personal style, age, race, gender,
ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, language, physical
ability, religion, family, citizenship status, socioeconomic
circumstances, education and life experiences. We consequently
encourage applications from the broadest possible range of artists and
creative technologists to all of our programs.

To Apply

Applications are accepted via our online application system. We will
be hosting a "How To Apply" Forum, in New York City, on April 16 at 7
PM featuring past Eyebeam Resident and recent Residency curatorial
panelist Robert Ransick (Bennington College, Vermont) and current
senior fellow Steve Lambert (Parsons/The New School and Hunter

Many of the most frequently asked questions are answered online. Be
sure to visit our FAQ for applicants and Equipment Inventory List
before you apply. If you have any questions, contact
residencyinfo at eyebeam.org.

Equipment Inventory List:

FAQ for applicants:

Go ahead, apply at:


Applications received after the deadline of May 15, 2009, will not be
accepted. All applications and work samples must be submitted through
the online form. No exceptions will be made. Incomplete applications
will not be considered.

Complete applications must include the following information:

? Contact information;
? Resume or CV (rtf or pdf doc);
? Work samples in the form of URLs or uploaded media;
? Answers to all application questions.

Please be advised that Eyebeam's online application system allows you
to log into your user account to update your application until the
final deadline. However, you must enter information into all required
fields in order to save your application.
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