Experiments in Art and Technology
A pioneering collaboration between artists and Bell Labs engineers to open up new possibilities in human communication.
Working with artists and strategic partners to invent technology that will augment our senses and enable new forms of communication, interaction, and sharing between people.Our Mission
Each year, three artists from the NEW INC community develop a prototype artwork, using Bell Labs expertise and resources in emerging technologies such as robots, machine learning, and biometrics.
Future Human Podcast Series
Interviews with adventurous artists, researchers and musicians inspiring a more connected world.
International Contemporary Ensemble
The International Contemporary Ensemble explores how new music intersects with communities across the world, embedding the ensemble’s 36 members with the foremost musical artists of our time.
ISSUE Project Room
Facilitating the commission and premiere of new works and presenting a diverse array of artists working across the disciplines of sound, dance, film, performance and literature.
Stevens Institute of Technology
An ongoing relationship between Stevens faculty, students, and Bell Labs researchers that fosters the pursuit of innovation, grounded both in scientific principles and the humanities.
Joint residency in Silicon Valley with Leonardo/The International Society for Arts, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST)
In the News
David Eagleman, Neuroscientist, author and Associate Adjunct Professor at Stanford University with Domhnaill Hernon, Bell Labs Head of Innovation Incubation
Light painting created by David Byrne
Wireless light painting created by Beatie Wolfe, innovative singer, songwriter and musician
Wireless light painting by Nokia Bell Labs' Domhnaill Hernon
Wireless light painting created by world-renowned beatboxer, Reeps One
Wireless light painting by Yann LeCun, NYU Professor and Director of AI Research at Facebook
Wireless light painting by Zhenan Bao, Professor of Chemical Engineering at Stanford University