The NYC-based nonprofit tech and art center Eyebeam has opened a call for residencies. If you're a budding artist or technologist who wants to create works like the anonymous thumbdrives that cropped up around the city almost a decade ago, you can apply on Eyebeam's website.
Like the past two open calls, this year has a theme: Access, from the perspective of equity. Specifically, they're looking for folks interested in creating to explore: Access to physical space, access to information, access as it relates to disability, gender, race, socioeconomic positions, sexual-orientations, as well as ecosystems and environmental access, according to Eyebeam's website. If you're interested, the collective will accept applications until April 11th.
Eyebeam's Open Call has launched for next year's residency based around the theme of Access!— Eyebeam (@eyebeamnyc) March 7, 2018
Learn more below, and make sure to apply by April 11th, 2018.https://t.co/2IMUAhi30i pic.twitter.com/qXqvv9t47z