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ARGUENDO opens at the Public Theater

Arguendo, a new play by Elevator Repair Service Theater Company in collaboration with The Office for Creative Research, will continue to run through Oct 27 at The Public Theater. The play re-enacts the 1991 Supreme Court Case Barnes v. Glen Theatre, initiated by a group of go-go dancers against an Indiana law banning public nudity. Electronically mediated with references to relevant court cases and the First Amendment [...]

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How to Make a Shakespeare Machine

Shakespeare Machine is a permanent artwork in the lobby of the Public Theater in New York City. It was commissioned by the Department of Cultural Affairs’ Percent-for-Art program and the Public Theater.  It was opened to the public in October, 2012.   The work is by Ben Rubin with a great deal of help from […]

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Blur

Blur

Ear Studio collaborated with Diller+Scofidio on the media and interactive aspects of Blur, the centerpiece pavilion of Swiss Expo 2002. A football field-sized suspended platform shrouded in a perpetual cloud of man-made fog, the Blur Pavilion was to host an interactive media project featuring wearable, wireless technology embedded into “Brain Coats,” technologically-enhanced raincoats. Visitors’ Brain […]

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Brasserie

Brasserie

Customers entering through the revolving door are photographed by a video camera. An ephemeral record of the clientele emerges as the images shift to the right each time a new arrival appears on the leftmost screen. Together with the architecture, the video installation plays on the notion of a “grand entrance.” The Brasserie won the [...]

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Architecture Based on Sound Principles

“Joel Sanders and Karen Van Lengen should run for office. They’re two of few leaders we can think of who practice what they preach.” (from UVA Today) So says a new article about the architects in the magazine Interior Design. EAR Studio agrees! Sanders and Van Lengen’s new Sound Lounge at the University of Virginia […]

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America on the Move

National Museum of American History

EAR Studio is producing multi-channel audio environments and interactive kiosks for the exhibits in the Smithsonian’s new transportation hall, America on the Move. Opened November 22nd, 2003 in Washington, D.C.

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