Bring Your Own Beamer @ Gothenburg Konsthall October 10
Have you dreamed of showing your film at the Gothenburg Konsthall? Now is your chance! Everyone is welcome to participate, the only requirement is as always that you bring your own equipment to show your work. A TV, Ipad, slide-projector or basically any kind of projector. You are responsible for installing the work between 15:00 to 18:30 on the 10 October. You bring everything you need, like electrical cords, DVD players, headphones, speakers (may be used on low volume), projector etc. All equipment must be removed after closing (23:00). Open for the public 19:00 - 23:00.
It´s gonna be fun
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The creative platform MUSÉ proudly presents BYO X ‘A Splash of Now’ - a transdisciplinary showcase that captures the essence of how we perceive and express ourselves at this point in time. It is a kaleidoscopic representation and interpretation of the present moment: of what is important to us, of who we believe and want to be, and of what drives us forward.
SO WHAT IS BYO X ?? X = variable = meets
++EXHIBITION / PARTY++ BYOB (bring your own beamer) is a series of one-night-exhibitions hosting artists and their projectors, initiated by the Dutch web artist Rafaël Rozendaal.
We are extending the BYOB concept and fusing the essence of both an exhibition and a party - thus removing the common bare gallery-like context by re-appropriating it in a setting that pays homage to our beloved Berlin, whilst our aim is to create a deepened experience of the works. Hereby we are not only inviting our artists (and guests) to present art pieces VIDEO WORK and BEAMERS (projectors), but also SCULPTURES, LIGHT INSTALLATIONS, PRINTS as well as decorative objects such as CANDLES, BUDDHAS, FLOWERS, INSTRUMENTS, ETC ETC (and thereby upcycling).
This is a NON-PROFIT event seeking to bring together people and provide a free PLATFORM for artists from a wide range of disciplines… so we can grow together as a conscious and creative community.
Spread the love, spread the warmth, spread the light X X X
Participating artists include: Anthony Barron Andrew Brown Eli Burke Wilson Butterworth Bobby Carlson Jesse Chehak Brian Ganter Anna Garner Caleb Gutierrez Sonny Gutierrez C. Maki Kitagawa Serge Levy Kevin Mayfield Wylwyn Reyes Andrew Shuta
Coinciding with the WAMO Art Walk in downtown Tucson Organized by Christian Ramirez and Alex Von Bergen Flier design by Andrew Shuta Free!
Curated by Michelle Proksell (co-curator of BYOB Beijing) with Margot Hammer & Tina Blakeney (from Redscale Studios Shanghai)
This year, BYOB Shanghai will project onto the unique architecture of 1933老场坊. Its original structure was intended as an operating abattoir (or slaughterhouse), but in years passing also functioned as a factory and cold storage facility. It was later restored and refurbished to its current state.
In light of the history of the building (and Shanghai’s unique role in contemporary China), BYOB Shanghai wants to explore the symbolic nature of beginnings and endings on loop. Where do beginnings end? Where do endings begin? How do time and motion begin and end, again and again?
BYOB Shanghai artists are encouraged to explore this BEGIN / END / LOOP theme, in hopes of engaging in the past, present and future inevitable cycles of life, while also referencing the video/film and sound mediums they will be experimenting with.
1933 老场坊 offers a myriad of possibility for projection, on walls, floors, pillars, ceilings, stairs and projecting walkways.
On friday, 26.09.2014 we will do a BYOB to celebrate the opening of the #digital3mpire – a new space for digital aesthetics and network issues in Düsseldorf.
This show will start around 8pm (20.00 cet). Participants should come a bit earlier for doing the setup. Everybody welcome but application necessary. Please send us a short message to @fkuhlmann if you would like to be part of the show. This makes organizing and planing easier for us.
Guests are of course welcome all evening … :-) ! Rich Kids Beer will be serverd.
Every aesthetic mutation needs a place. Our is called the hub. Situated in Düsseldorf – a town in the heart of Western Europe with a long history of spawning groundbreaking movements like zero, dada, punk or fluxus – the hub is a space to gather with others in the Rhineland area who share our interest in the evolution of ‘the digital’ and our passion for all aspects of an increasingly digitalized world.
It is our local base to present the projects we like to a broader audience and host discussions on the aesthetics of the rising global digital empire. General focus areas include #NewsAesthetic, #AwesomeCode, #Digitalization, #OpenSource, #Cybernetics, #SyntheticReality, #AetherDesign, #MetamodernMythology, #InternetInGeneral, #CloudThinking and the ongoing exploration of #NON.
Experiential event hub WOAH (We Open Art Houses) x mobile broadcast studio Experimental Half-Hour team up with multidisciplinary artist complex Werkärtz to present the latest edition of BYOB Los Angeles. Lighting-up with projections from over 20 innovative video artists and animators, BYOB-LA III showcases mind bending visuals alongside sound frequency purveyors with live performances throughout the night. A one-night audio-and-visual celebration, join us Thursday, September 25th, 2014 from 8pm-12am at Werkärtz in downtown LA’s Arts District.
BYOB (http://www.byobworldwide.com/) es un proyecto iniciado en Berlin en el 2010 por el artista Rafaël Rozendaal. Consiste en convocar artistas y entusiastas de las artes visuales a proyectar imágenes y video en un mismo espacio, una única noche. Hasta el momento se ha celebrado en más de 100 ciudades en el mundo.
La sede en esta ocasión será TJ IN CHINA Project Room. El espacio será intervenido por imágenes proyectadas dentro de sus premisas y en sus alrededores, en donde lo proyectado se confundirá al compartir un mismo espacio.
Será una oportunidad para proyectar trabajos visuales actuando dentro de un marco que promueve frescura y experimentación, adaptándose y usando de forma libre la infraestructura.
❖ La convocatoria es abierta: ¡ayúdanos a difundir la palabra! ❖
> Los artistas el día del evento deben traer sus materiales para proyectar tales como: proyector, cables necesarios, computador portátil, reproductor de DVD y todo aquello que haga falta para proyectar la obra.
> Para participar los artistas deberán enviar un correo a firstname.lastname@example.org, adjuntando una breve descripción de su obra y sus datos de contacto. o en su defecto llenar la forma de inscripción de http://byobtijuana.tumblr.com/
> La admisión y la presentación es gratis.
> La distribución espacial de las obras y los artistas serán propuestas por los participantes en una reunión previa con los moderadores del 13 al 16 de Octubre en lugar del evento.
> El evento de presentación se realizara el día 17 de Octubre en la sede TJ IN CHINA localizada entre calles 6ta y 7ma sobre la Ave. Revolución.
> Posterior a la inauguración, la muestra se mantendrá montada hasta el día 27 de Octubre, exhibiendo el trabajo de los artistas seleccionados.
Pera Film is organizing a one-night exhibition hosting artists and their projectors on 27th September in Istanbul, Turkey. This pop-up exhibition will take place on the 5th floor gallery of Pera Museum.
The artists participating in this event bring their own projectors and show their video works. Since 2010, BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) has been organized in many different cities around the world. Put together by Pera Museum’s Film and Video Program curator Fatma Çolakoğlu and project assistant Ulya Soley, the broad and diverse selection presents a look into the audio-visual creative tendencies in moving images by up-and-coming artists. Hence, the selection aspires to embrace the lesser-known gems of the experimental and avant-garde. On this evening these imaginative works will collide into one another, joining together to beam an inspired, fresh bloom!
This event is presented parallel to Moving Image İstanbul, which will feature a selection of international commercial galleries and non-profit institutions presenting single-channel videos, single-channel projections, video sculptures, and other larger video installations.
Utrecht — During the Dutch Film Festival in September, a new edition of Bring Your Own Beamer will take place. On the evening of Friday the 26th of September, the recently opened TivoliVredenburg will transform into an empty canvas where all sorts of artists and creative minds can exhibit their work.
Bring Your Own Beamer is an internationally recognized recipe for a fantastic evening filled with visual surprises. It is founded by artist Rafaël Rozendaal, who organized the first edition with Anne de Vries in Berlin. On the 26th of September 2014 over 75 artists and makers will beam their artwork on walls, windows and escalators in the new music temple, accompanied by sound and interactive installations. Together with the audience we will make this the largest BYOB known in the Netherlands.
Do you have work that you’d like to exhibit? Can you get your hands on a projector? You’re free to choose whatever work it is you want to present. Sign up now and mark the 26th of September on your calendar! We’re excited to welcome you at BYOB - Eyes Everywhere! SETUP’s annual theme is Sousveillance, based on the global surveillance disclosures. BYOB entries that relate to these matters are greatly appreciated (but not obligatory in any sense).
In need for some inspiration? Check out the aftermovie of SETUP’s 2013 edition of BYOB in Amsterdam.
BYOB - Eyes Everywhere is organised by SETUP and Het Nederlands Film Festival and is supported by TivoliVredenburg, Vlaams Cultuurhuis De Brakke Grond, Liefhebber Design, Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie and the KF Hein Fonds.
In the evening we invite you to join us for a DJ set by Nick Hallett and B.Y.O.B. (Bring Your Own Beamer) event. ● Entrance free.
The collection, consisting of objects by Tadeusz Kantor, will be open to public. Also, the exhibition Nothing Twice will explore the problem of the object as a stage prop and the role it occupies in contemporary performance art. more info: www.nic2razy.pl
BYOB Amsterdam IV (18th of September 2014) Kulter & Pop Up Week invite you to take over The Street Art Center of Amsterdam: Spuistraat/Wijdesteeg – as the opening night of Pop-Up Week Amsterdam 2014.
The playground is fabulous: the Wijdesteeg is an open air street art gallery of itself and the parkings will be turned into pop-up galleries for this unique event. Participating neighbors, shops and galleries open you their doors, walls, windows, roofs to turn the streets into a mix of projected and existing street art.
Sign up? To participate send an email to email@example.com. Max. 30 participants.