A series of exhibitions hosting artists and their projectors.
Amsterdam IV Vitória Somerville Grand Rapids Munich III Paris III Valparaiso Cape Town II Baltimore II Beijing Nicosia Rotterdam II Austin III Melbourne II Hong Kong Singapore Prague II Calgary III Budapest Geneva Osnabrück Grenoble Bruges II Caracas IV Berlin III Cardiff II Cape Town stony brook Tokyo II Copenhagen IV Ljubljana Sweden II Edinburgh II Munich II
Sydney Barcelona II Bogota II Amsterdam III Marrakesh Glasgow II Antwerp Birmingham II Richmond II NYC Mobile London VIII Jinju Amsterdam II Nashville II Basel Dublin II Wellington II London VII Caracas III Detroit Seoul II Nashville Moscow III Bruges Tucson Cardiff Lima II Firenze Decenter Ostend Pittsburgh II Manchester Lausanne Corredor Palma London VI Mallorca Wellington St. Cloud Brooklyn Tel Aviv Sweden Heerenveen san antonio II Prague Lima Ghent II Denver II los angeles II Rotterdam
Reno Utrecht II Berlin II Caracas II Portland II Richmond Bergen SATX Glasgow
Argentina London V Queens Calgary II Vevey The Hague II Heerlen Buffalo El Salvador Moscow II Oslo Toronto II The Hague New Haven Frankfurt Santa Barbara Wrocław Auckland MOCA LA La Habana Moscow Palais de Tokyo Paris Milano Colombia Columbus Birmingham Bucharest Warszawa Ghent Krakow Poznan Calgary Malmo Dusseldorf Chile Perth
Melbourne Caracas NYC: Games Miami Seattle
Sao Paulo Baltimore Barcelona
Chicago MCA London IV
Kunsthalle New Chicago
Prague collective KinocirKus has prepared the second Prague edition of BYOB to take place 24th of May at the freshly opened event space “PODNIK” close to the subway station Vltavská
Come and join us!
Mainland China’s first ever BYOB event…
Curated by Michelle Proksell and Solveig Suess with the help of Concrete Flux and Dashilar Projects in Beijing, China.
BYOB Beijing is now taking video submissions under the theme “Rendering” / “转换“ （Zhuǎnhuàn).
For more details about submission in Chinese and English visit our tumblr.
Submissions are due no later than June 9th, 2014.
BYOBYYCIII: Shared Vibrations
Friday, May 9th, 2014.
2009 10th Ave SW
The third Bring Your Own Beamer for Calgary.
Heather Kai Smith
Live music by THE SLABS, Eschatons, Failing, The ArvbSpring, and a special mystery band.
Friday, May 9th 7pm.
2009 10th Ave SW
BYOB Hong Kong will take place on Wednesday 11th June 2014 - 6pm to late - at The Space, 210 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan. This BYOB is organised by interactive art group Genetic Moo and is part of the Lumen Prize Exhibition which is a touring show of digital art.
We welcome everyone to come along and bring there own beamer (projector) and project amazing images, animations, films, games, interactions and anything else around the space. It is open to all and free to contribute.
To get involved you can just turn up on the night with your projector.
You will see artwork by international artists from the Lumen Prize exhibition. There is also the possibility to show your work throughout the week until Saturday as part of Genetic Moo’s Microworld show which is an open collaborative show about interaction. You can also dance with a large digital horse.
For more information go to the websites above or contact us on email@example.com
The local only musical programmation of the event was elaborated by "Où êtes-vous tous ?”, a brand new cultural collective from Lausanne.
With the support of the city of Geneva, Department of Culture and Sport.
Kim Asendorf / LaTurbo Avedon / Ole Fach / Manuel Fernández / Andreas Nicolas Fischer / Emilie Gervais / Emilio Gomariz / M-A-U-S-E-R / Claudia Maté / Sabrina Ratté / Carlos Sáez / Marios Stamatis / Sebastian Thewes
BYOB Caracas IV
Helena Acosta www.produccionaleatoria.com
Miyö Van Stenis www.miyovanstenis.com
Lugar: Organización Nelson Garrido http://www.organizacionnelsongarrido.com/
Violette Bule www.violettebule.com
Max Provenzano http://maxprovenzano.tumblr.com/
Dominik Podsiadly http://dominikpodsiadly.com/
Miyö Van Stenis www.miyovanstenis.com
Alfredo Salazar www.salazarcaro.com
Rozita S Fogelman www.rozita.com
Rachel Mclean http://www.rachelmaclean.com/
Antoinn Marroncles www.antoinemarroncles.com
Augusto Gerardi https://soundcloud.com/augusto-gerardi
Maria Alejandra Theis
Alvaro Gonzales http://in-definido.tumblr.com
J.M del Pozo y Gerado Rojas
Matheiu Ramirez www.dizkoraum.com
On Friday the 9th of May, Kitchen Budapest and Művelődési Szint organizes the first ever BYOB in Budapest, Hungary from 7PM to 11PM. This is az open event so please pass it on to your friends.Not sure? It works on a first-come, first-served basis, but we have limited spaces.
After the event there will be a party at MÜSZI with guest DJs and live performances!
This is what is going to happen:
reception at MÜSZI - from 3PM - a technician will be here
open event (artists & image enthusiast) - pass it on!
bring your own beamer + power strip, extension cable, computer, dvd player…
first-come, first-served (reservation request by mail is also possible)
So far we have invited Zsolt Bordos, Viktor Vicsek, Mátyás Mao Kálmán, Esteban De La Torre, Dani Besnyő, Péter Gyenei, Tamás Herceg, Balázs Szabó,Tamás Pál…more to come!
More info here:
March 16, 2014 // VELVET Bar // Berlin-Neukölln
All Is Open, All Is Free!
On Friday the 4th of April, La Belle Electrique organizes the first BYOB in Grenoble from 8PM to 1AM at and in partnership with La Casemate - CCSTI.
With the participation, for the moment, of VJ Chemuel, VJ Zelie, VJ Uzako, MFCK Prod. & Bento and a lot of fan image makers!
WORKSHOP: Introduction to Mapping by AADN (Lyon)
More info on the first BYOB Grenoble:
BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) goes EMAF (European Media Arts Festival) 2014.
The first BOYB of Lower Saxony will take place during EMAF in Osnabrück, Germany. Artists, filmmakers and moving image enthusiasts are invited to screen their works at Lagerhalle e.V. in the Old Town of Osnabrück. If the weather is good, we will try to project and do some guerilla mapping outdoors onto the ancient city wall.
Life under suspicion - 30 years after “1984”, all of us are under constant observation: achieved via CCTV, by centrally monitoring all electronic devices and by tapping into our entire communication. Orwell’s creation of a naive surveillance dictatorship in his dystopia from 1949 has crept into our everyday lives in a considerably smarter, subtler way. Disciplinary society is changing into a society of (self-)control that seeks to achieve the optimised management of human beings, the body and knowledge and meanwhile does not only violate fundamental rights that formerly seemed to be assured.
The exhibition, performances, accompanying film programmes and talks will reflect upon how we became “enemies”, observed from all sides, and how the contemporary international art scene responds to this phenomenon.
BYOB is a celebration of the new world we live in and a glimpse of what computing could look like in the future. Today the internet is confined to screens. Tomorrow information will surround us, composing our surfaces, defining our spaces, enmeshing itself with the ether. A moving image is never an object, and when it is coupled with the increased flexibility of portable projection, the realm of experience quickly expands.
We will have a limited amount of beamers that can be booked on the night. Please get in contact if you need one via the facebook event or firstname.lastname@example.org. These will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. BYOB is an idea by Rafaël Rozendaal. BYOB goes EMAF 2014 is curated by Yochanan Rauert as part of Visual Society.
Friday | 25th April 2014 | 7pm
Kulturzentrum Lagerhalle Osnabrück
49074 Osnabrück, Germany
BYOB BRUGES II
Sunday | 30th March 2014 | 9PM onwards
Kraanplein - Bruges
On Sunday the 30th of March, Het Entrepot and medialab Villa Bota organize the second BYOB in Bruges. We provide an awesome location - set in the historical city centre of town - electricity, electrical outlets and a lot of atmosphere. You just need to bring your own beamer / projector / TV along with you and we’re set for the evening. Show how you want, when you want and how you want it.
So come along, even if you don’t have a own beamer! We have 10 additional projectors reserved for those who needs one.
BYOB Bruges II is part of Are We Here?, the first audiovisual festival in Bruges, and one of the closing events of Villa Crossmedia, a European Youth Media project, in collaboration with Het Entrepot.
More info on BYOB II: www.facebook.com/events/721846387847238/
More info on Are We Here?: www.hetentrepot.be/productie/are-we-here1