Sculpture: OMG LOL by Michael Mandiberg / Eyebeam Art + Technology Center Open Studios: Fall 2009 / 20091023.10D.55420.P1.L1. / SML

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    Eyebeam is pleased to host Open Studios for its 2009 Senior Fellows, Resident Artists, and Student Residents at Eyebeam’s state-of-the-art design, research, and fabrication studio; showcasing video performance, wearable technologies, code and humor, party technology, and sustainablity design.


    Eyebeam is the leading not-for-profit art and technology center in the United States.

    Founded in 1996 and incorporated in 1997, Eyebeam was conceived as a non-profit art and technology center dedicated to exposing broad and diverse audiences to new technologies and media arts, while simultaneously establishing and demonstrating new media as a significant genre of cultural production.

    Since then, Eyebeam has supported more than 130 fellowships and residencies for artists and creative technologists; we've run an active education program for youth, artists' professional development and community outreach; and have mounted an extensive series of public programs, over recent years approximately 4 exhibitions and 40 workshops, performances and events annually.

    Today, Eyebeam offers residencies and fellowships for artists and technologists working in a wide range of media. At any given time, there are up to 20 resident artists and fellows onsite at Eyebeam's 15,000-square foot Chelsea offices and Labs, developing new projects and creating work for open dissemination through online, primarily open-source, publication as well as a robust calendar of public programming that includes free exhibitions, lectures and panels, participatory workshops, live performances and educational series.


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    1. jonbrown13 107 months ago | reply

      Absolutely love this series of 'clichés' SML, thanks for sharing the inspiration...

    2. See-ming Lee (SML) 107 months ago | reply

      jonbrown13 Thanks!!!

    3. ckaiserca 107 months ago | reply

      That's very cool. Any idea how the artist was able to cut the letters so precisely?

    4. See-ming Lee (SML) 107 months ago | reply

      Hmm this I don't know. Unfortunately, this is another one of the incidents where I didn't get to speak to the artist because he was otherwise engaged in conversation with someone who looks more sane than I am. I didn't even get a name. Nor could I find out any info about the site. I shall find out. I really dig them. :)

    5. Paul L Dineen 103 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting this to the group
      "Galleries: promote galleries" !

    6. mandiberg 96 months ago | reply

      Hello, I am the artist. A friend sent me by here via urlesque.

      For more examples check out:

      For more on my process of cutting books with the laser cutter, check out:

      Michael Mandiberg

    7. See-ming Lee (SML) 96 months ago | reply

      Michael Mandiberg Oh very cool - thanks very much!! I've tagged and credited in the title - it's definitely one of my favorite pieces at the show so kudos!!!

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