[artinfo] EYEBEAM ATELIER (fwd)

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Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2001 11:27:26 -0400 (EDT)
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with the Center for New Design at Parsons School of Design presents:
July 9-August 4, 2001
An Online Critical Forum

Open Source Architecture is a four week online critical forum featuring
artists, architects, critics, curators, designers, and theorists, along
with the public, in a discussion on the convergence of new media art and
architectural space.  Each week will explore a different theme=97Making,
Mediating, Experiencing=97with the fourth week dedicated to The Future Art
Space. The forum is co-directed by architects Craig Newick and David

Participants include:
Peter Anders, Andreas Angelidakis, Suzanne Anker, Architecture Research
Office, Roy Ascott, Asymptote Architecture, Robert Atkins, Betty Beaumont,
Andrew Blauvelt,Marshall Blonsky, Wayne Carlson, David Chipperfield Archite=
Preston Scott Cohen, Carolina Cruz-Neira, Neil M. Denari, Diller Scofidio,
Foreign Office Architects, Jean-Marc Gauthier, Gluckman Mayner Architects,
Michael Joaquin Grey, Michael Heim, Pablo Helguera, Natalie Jeremijenko,
Ronald Jones, Leeser Architects, Greg Lynn FORM, Fabian Marcaccio, Pedro
Meyer, Christian Moeller, MVRDV, Louise Poissant, Erwin Redl, Reiser Umemot=
RUR Architecture, Rogers Marvel Architecture LLP, Cynthia Beth Rubin,
Michael Rush, Peter Seidler, Vibeke Sorensen, Soundlab/Cultural Alchemy,
Elizabeth Streb, Tucker Viemeister, Bruce Wands.

This is the fourth annual online forum produced by Eyebeam Atelier. The
first online forum, INTERACTION: Artistic Practice in the Network, was
recently compiled and edited into a book co-published with D.A.P. and is
currently available at www.eyebeam.org and in bookstores. A book about
the second forum, RE:PLAY: Game Culture Game Design is currently in

Open Source Architecture is supported by a grant from the New York State
Council on the Arts, a state agency, and The Center for New Design at
Parsons School of Design  www.parsons.edu . Additional support is
provided by e-flux.com and Artbyte magazine.

Eyebeam Atelier www.eyebeam.org is a not-for-profit organization founded in
1996 by John S. Johnson with the purpose of introducing broad and diverse
audiences to new technologies and media arts while simultaneously establish=
new media art as a significant genre. Eyebeam is currently in the last phas=
e of
an Architectural Design Competition for its new museum of art and technolog=
y in
the Chelsea art district in New York City.
Electronic Flux Corporation

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