Brute Force X is an NFT on Ethereum that creates a new public/private key pair every block raising the question: can an on-chain NFT attack the chain that it’s on?
New work: 450YRS
September 15th, 2022
450YRS is an art-activism movement and social pressure campaign that allows participants to nip at corporations for not providing better packaging options, one social media post at a time. Get stickers | Project website
I will be giving an artist talk about Gyre at the Brooklyn Public Library, Williamsburg branch, on Wednesday, June 29th at 4pm.
Website relaunch: ericcorrielstudios.com
April 10th, 2022
To better reflect the growing multidisciplinary nature of his studio practice, Eric Corriel has rebranded his art practice as “Eric Corriel Studios.” In addition to rebranding, the site now accommodates displays up to 4K, imagery that displays differently for landscape and portrait devices, and includes a shop section on the homepage.
Message In A Bottle, an interactive film that explores the multi-century journey of a single-use plastic water bottle towards disintegration, launches. This work, the result of the Impact Artist Fellowship from the Human Impact Institute, was made in collaboration with Lisa Bloodgood of the Newtown Creek Alliance.
Award: Impact Artist Fellowship
May 21st, 2021
Happy to announce that I was selected for an Impact Artist Fellowship at the Human Impact Institute, which will run from July to September, 2021.
May 18th, 2021
Thrilled to announce that my team and I have won a Webby Award for the transformation of SVA’s printed catalog into a parallax website. Check it out at start.sva.edu.
Water Will Be Here will be shown during an outdoor projection screening presented by Straight Through The Wall on Friday, October 2nd at 7pm. Location TBD. This marks the 10th consecutive year this piece has been shown.
Event: tiny trump at the 2020 Women's March in NYC
January 10th, 2020
Students from the School of Visual Arts join the artist in distributing hundreds of tiny trumps to marchers before marching themselves. Video here.
Hundreds of tiny trumps are distributed at the entrance of Satellite Art Fair.
Exhibition: Water Will Be Here at KUBE
November 2nd, 2019
Water Will Be Here is shown in Alesund, Norway, in association with the Jugendstilsenteret & Kube museum from November 15th to December 12th, 2019. The artist was on site to give a talk on Friday, November 15. This marks the ninth consecutive year this piece has been shown.
A responsive redesign of this site soft launched in the summer of 2016 and now officially launches with full support for mobile and tablet devices. This version of the site also includes many new modules for showcasing projects, such as pull quotes, support for single and double vertical images, redesigned slideshows, and social media embeds, all of which can be seen on the Pool Portals, Water Will Be Here, and Targeted project pages.
I'm very happy to announce that Meural has commissioned me to create Enter The Machine file portraits for your phone! Let's face it, whatever wallpaper you have on your phone's lock screen could use a break so head over here to try something new.
Talk: Leaders in Software and Art salon
December 12th, 2016
I'm going to be speaking at LISA's holiday party about recent and upcoming work.
On Wednesday, December 4th, I'll be speaking about whether I view my work as entertainment or "critique" and what the value of each is to myself and (what I perceive the value to be to) the viewing public. Yikes! Sounds intense. You should probably come to this. Talk will be in Williamsburg - invite here.
Friday, August 23rd, I'll be giving an artist talk at the Southampton Center.
I'll be talking about the origin of Water Will Be Here as well as giving a special (first time ever) accompanying piano performance. Should be fun.
Exhibition: Water Will Be Here at the Southampton Center
July 15th, 2013
I'm going to be showing Water Will Be Here at the Southampton Center from August 10th - August 25th. This will be the first time it will not be presented in windows. Should be interesting...
Honor: Panelist for the New York Foundation For The Arts
July 6th, 2011
I was fortunate enough to have been chosen as a panelist by the New York Foundation of the Artsto bestow fellowship awards for the 2011 cycle to artists in the category of Digital/Electronic Arts. Official press release here.
Exhibition: TRUCKS I
May 22nd, 2011
Curated a short film program in association with WORK Gallery.
I am participating in a group show, titled Brooklyn Utopias, at the Brooklyn Historical Society (map). The show will run until January 3rd, 2010. My piece is a video installation in the Society's 15 foot high windows titled, A History of Cycling in Brooklyn.
Award: NYFA Fellowship
July 5th, 2009
I am happy to announce that I was awarded a fellowship by the New York Foundation for the Arts in the category of Digital/Electronic Arts. The official press release can be found on the NYFA website.
June 28th, 2009
I just got back from a trip to France where I participated in Artsummerweek and created a light painting installation.
Exhibition: Windows Brooklyn
June 13th, 2009
The Brooklyn Zoo, an interactive video installation on Smith Street, Brooklyn, NY just wrapped up.
Exhibition: "SURFACE", BAG Gallery
April 2nd, 2009
I have recently finished participating in BAG Gallery's SURFACE exposition. See Yellow Forest, for more information.