Brooklyn Research is pleased to present an artist talk by renowned media artist Toni Dove. Dove lives and works in New York. Since the early 1990s, she has produced unique and highly imaginative embodied hybrids of film, installation and performance. […]
INTERchange is an ongoing series focusing on artists working at the intersection of physical and virtual spaces. Through artist talks, discussions, and media we explore how new technologies inform and extend creative practice. We live in a world increasingly stratified […]
Come on over to Brooklyn Research this Monday for games, cocktails, and pizza! BKR’s very own Summer Research group has created two new controller prototypes to gamify your kitchen experience, and we’d appreciate your feedback! The PulpPad is a controller […]
Are you famous or are you focused? Let’s start with “famous”. When people look at you, what do they say that you are famous for? Are you famous for procrastination…negative words…poor time management…What are you famous for? Let me share with you what I am famous for.
Computers have become ubiquitous in almost every facet of our lives. At work, desk jockeys spend hours in front of their desktops, while delivery people scan bar codes with handhelds and workers in the field stay in touch with the central office via their notebooks.