Venue: ThoughtWorks (99 Madison Ave, 15th floor, New York, NY 10016)

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Join us for another installment of Hackaday NYC, featuring makers who are uniting the digital and physical through unique, interactive art installations.

We'll convene once again with our ThoughtWorks friends during their weekly Hardware Hack Lab. If you have a project that you'd like to bring and work on, you are more than welcome to participate in HHL as well.

Currently confirmed:

Allison Berkoy

Allison Berkoy is a Brooklyn based artist working at the intersection of art, performance, code and technology. With mixed physical and electronic media, she creates videos, sculptural installations, interactive environments, and performances between humans and machines. Recent exhibitions include InLight at Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Alter Space Gallery (San Francisco), University of Tennessee's Downtown Gallery (Knoxville), and Harvestworks (NYC). Berkoy has an MFA in Electronic Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, an MA in Performance Studies from New York University, and a bachelors in Theatre from Northwestern University. She teaches interactive and new media arts at Pratt Institute, NYU, and CUNY.

Daniel Scheibel

As a founding partner of Red Paper Heart, Daniel leads a team of creative coders who combine physical and digital art to build fun, honest experiences. Daniel’s unique understanding of interactive animations is coupled with an appreciation for quality design. He has created award-winning work for clients like Adobe, American Express, HBO, Lucasfilm and Nike. Daniel studied multimedia design and computer science at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg and is a leading member of the interactive art community.

Red Paper Heart is a Brooklyn-based art studio composed of designers and coders who work together to combine interactivity and animation. We are passionate about finding ways to connect objects, spaces and people to create fun, honest experiences.