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...................AIR Bulletin................. AIR Explained at Opening of Eyebeam's FEEDBACK Exhibition
Brooke demonstrates and discusses AIR for the online channel, FrictionTV, at Eyebeam in New York City.

AIR Live in NYC and San Francisco March-April 2008
AIR will be on exhibit simultaneously on the east and west coast of the US in March and April of 2008. How does the pollution compare in the city that never sleeps vs. the city by the bay? Are you rooting for the left coast or right coast? Join the experiment if you are in either city during those months by visiting either Eyebeam in NYC or Southern Exposure in SF.

AIR Goes to Brazil!
AIR travels to Belo Horizonte, Brazil, in NOV 2007. We will be conducting three walking tours during the Arte.Mov festival. Check back later to see the results and documentation.

AIR at the Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh
AIR devices will be on display in Pittsburgh during the "6 Billion Perps Held Hostage! Artists Address Global Warming" exhibition at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh starting March 10, 2007. If you are in the area, check it out.

AIR First Run Ends
Thank you to all those who visited our headquarters and participated in AIR! We have stopped public distribution of the devices and will focus on making improvements to this ongoing experiment.

Project HQ Open + Data Vis Live
The AIR project launched on September 14, 2006 in Lower Manhattan at the AIR headquarters located in 125 Maiden Lane (map). The headquarters were open to the public on 9/15, 9/16 & 9/18-20 from 12-7 pm.

Workshop on 6/24
Thanks to everyone who helped us test the AIR devices on June 24 at Eyebeam in NYC. We have pics on the events page!



AIR :: Area's Immediate Reading :: CONTACT & CREDITS

Send us an email with your questions or commnets to "info AT preemptivemedia DOT net." We might not get back to you right away, but we are always interested in what you have to say!

AIR was conceived and produced by Preemptive Media (Beatriz da Costa, Jamie Schulte and Brooke Singer).

This project was made possible with support from Eyebeam/Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's 2005 Social Sculpture Commission. Special thanks to: Melanie Crean, Theodore Watson, Evan Harper, Rob O'Neill, Amanda McDonald Crowley and Perry Lowe of Eyebeam and Adam Kleinman and Radhika Subramaniam of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

AIR is presented in conjunction with Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's summit, What Comes After: Cities, Art and Recovery from September 14 - 17, 2006. This summit incudles a program of films, exhibitions, symposia, performances, and a public art competition.

AIR was developed in conjunction with the PigeonBlog, a project by Beatriz da Costa with Cina Hazegh and Kevin Ponto. AIR's data visualization was developed with Theodore Watson and the device case with Evan Harper of Eyebeam's Production Studios as part of the 2005 Social Sculpture Commission program.