OFF SEASON Brooklyn Research is pleased to announce its inaugural publication, Off Season by David Kennedy Cutler. This book compiles text and images generated during the ten weeks (January – March 2018) Cutler “survived” the winter at Halsey McKay Gallery […]
Brooklyn Research has a fellowship and several internships for Summer 2019! FRWD is a paid fellowship program Brooklyn Research is running in conjunction with Tomorrow Lab, SecondMuse, and New York City Economic Development Corporation as part of the Futureworks program. The FWRD Fellowship Program will […]
Searching for an opportunity to bring your bold vision to the public sphere? Now’s the time – share your dream public project with Creative Time. We want to hear your idea for addressing a pressing issue of our time. Creative […]
Nitzan Bartov will be showing an AR installation, “My Heart is in the East – Vignettes of Jewish life on Mars” Today evening (December 5th, 6-9 PM) at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. The event will include a discussion (7 PM) […]
Introduction to GLSL in TouchDesigner is now available online on our YouTube channel playlist as well as here, on our website! Description: This workshop will cover the creation of shaders in GLSL in TouchDesigner, for more flexibility and performance in image, […]
Join us for the season finale of the INTERchange talks at Brooklyn Research with Reed + Rader on December 13th. Reed + Rader is creative team Pamela Reed + Matthew Rader. From Ohio and Pennsylvania, their powers combined in the early […]
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.