about EAT

experiments in art and technology


E.A.T. was a non profit organization which grew out of the 9 Evenings project into a group that fostered collaboration between artists across media and engineers. The organization began in the United States, but eventually grew to include Canada and Japan with the Pepsi Pavillion Project in Osaka, Japan in 1970 (see EAT - projects). Below are EAT's statement of purpose, created by artist Robert Rauschenberg and engineer Billy Kluver, and also the second publication in the first volume of EAT's newsletter from 1967, which summarizes the purpose and direction of the group.

statement of purpose

statement of purpose

EAT news

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