Verkstad: Rum för konst in Norrköping in Sweden will be hosting a second night of Bring Your Own Beamer in february, following up the success of the first one. To participate in this DIY-projectorfest-extravaganza! Email verkstadkonst@gmail.com And don’t foget to Bring Your Own Beamer! 
Visit our homepage http://verkstadkonst.se/
Verkstad: Rum för konst in Norrköping in Sweden will be hosting a second night of Bring Your Own Beamer in february, following up the success of the first one. To participate in this DIY-projectorfest-extravaganza! Email verkstadkonst@gmail.com And don’t foget to Bring Your Own Beamer!
Visit our homepage http://verkstadkonst.se/

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BYOB 2013 BOGOTÁ

at el Parche, artist residency

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BYOB 2013 BOGOTÁ

at El Parche, artist residency

BOLO BYOB

SATURDAY 7, DECEMBER 18:00<00:00
The First Bos en Lommer BYOB
meets
the First Bos en Lommer DuoDisco
in a Church

SINT JOSEPHKERK | ERIK DE ROODESTRAAT 16 | AMSTERDAM WEST | Tram 7, Bus 15 & 352

30 Beamers, Slide projectors, Overhead projectors 

Agam Andreas | Vicente Fita | Hugo Lammerink Olga Westrate |Sefrijn Langen | Alex Kaseta | Artemise PloegartsLouis Liu | Masha Ru & Olga Ganzha | Polina Zioga | Mariah Blue VJAlu | LIDO: Maja BrouwerBarbara ColléElla GazibaraDavid Offereins | Yentl Oehlenschläger | Thomas Slooijer | Ina Conkic | Dominique Panhuysen | Sebastiaan Majoor & Ingrid Greijn Chloi Kateridou | Marieke Gelissen | Marjolijn Rijks | Julie Dassaud 

500 LIGHTS
18:00 Light as many of the 500 words-candles as you want to support the organization of this event, reveal a text and play with it. Concept: Alexander Bakker. Text: Brenda Bosma
18:00 LIVE MUSIC
18:00 James’ Theremin
18:30 Machinist 
19:00 Pit Hermans & Kompania
20:00 Robert van Heumen & Shackle [Anne La Berge & guest Onno Govaert]
21:00 Frankie Vis
22:00 DUO DISCO
DuoDisco is a pop-up disco and a game on your mobile. Goal: look for the only other dancer on the dancefloor who’s dancing on the same tune. Score and win a prize. Concept: Zo niet, dan toch [Mark MeeuwenoordArjan ScherpenisseKlasien van de Zandschulp].

SOUND INSTALLATIONS BY:
Wouter van Veldhoven | Zeno van den Broek & Tim Hollander | Uli Kürner | Julie Dassaud

Media from BYOB Nashville II

Bring Your Own Beamer Nashville #2
7 September 2013 at Track One
Part of Arts & Music @ Wedgewood/Houston

Artists:
Mika Agari
Tim Carey
Liz Clayton Scofield
Dylan Ethier
Rhendi Greenwell
Josh Gumiela
Michael Hampton
Morgan Higby-Flowers
Megan Kelley & Stephen Zerne 
Devin Lamp
Sarah McDonald
Brian Miles, Scott Sanders & Dave Shambam (Dig Deep Light Show)
Chris Murray
Antonia Oakes
Bill Vincent
Tony Youngblood

More at Theatre Intangible.

FRIDAY 29 NOVEMBER 7PM – LATERevolution 33 // Bring Your Own Beamer Vivid Projects’ acclaimed 33 REVOLUTIONS programme concludes this winter with Bring Your Own Beamer, a one-night celebration of the projected image curated by Antonio Roberts. Armed with projectors, artists are invited to beam responses to 33 REVOLUTIONS in Vivid Projects’ space.
Exhibiting artistsAntonio Roberts, Ashley James Brown, Ben Waddington, Chris Plant, chromatouch, DACHHU VISUALS, Daniel Salisbury, Dan Tombs, David Checkley, Dom Breadmore, faisfx, George Benson, Mark Murph, Michael Lightborne, Natalie O’Keeffe, Pete Ashton, Roxie Collins, Sam Alexander Mattacott, Sebastian Lenton, Sellotape Cinema, Soraya Fatha, Tim Neath, Vlad C Costache, Walter Newton
MusicAlex Juno, Swoomptheeng DJs, Pete Ashton
InstallationsAnna Horton
Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) is an international series of one-night exhibitions inviting artists, armed with films and projectors, to convene and explore the art of projection in an immersive environment of moving light, sound and performance.
LinksBYOB BirminghamVivid ProjectsFacebook eventFull-sized poster

FRIDAY 29 NOVEMBER
7PM – LATE


Revolution 33 // Bring Your Own Beamer

Vivid Projects’ acclaimed 33 REVOLUTIONS programme concludes this winter with Bring Your Own Beamer, a one-night celebration of the projected image curated by Antonio Roberts.

Armed with projectors, artists are invited to beam responses to 33 REVOLUTIONS in Vivid Projects’ space.

Exhibiting artists
Antonio Roberts, Ashley James Brown, Ben Waddington, Chris Plant, chromatouch, DACHHU VISUALS, Daniel Salisbury, Dan Tombs, David Checkley, Dom Breadmore, faisfx, George Benson, Mark Murph, Michael Lightborne, Natalie O’Keeffe, Pete Ashton, Roxie Collins, Sam Alexander Mattacott, Sebastian Lenton, Sellotape Cinema, Soraya Fatha, Tim Neath, Vlad C Costache, Walter Newton

Music
Alex Juno, Swoomptheeng DJs, Pete Ashton

Installations
Anna Horton

Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) is an international series of one-night exhibitions inviting artists, armed with films and projectors, to convene and explore the art of projection in an immersive environment of moving light, sound and performance.

Links
BYOB Birmingham
Vivid Projects
Facebook event
Full-sized poster

image

» B Y O BEAMER < <
G L A S G O W 2 0 1 3

::ONE NIGHT EXHIBITION HOSTING OVER 30 ARTISTS AND THEIR PROJECTORS::

15th NOV 7PM - 1AM 
FREE BEFORE 9PM / £3 AFTER 

Glasgow’s 2nd edition of *Bring Your Own Beamer*, this year takes place within The Whisky Bond’s entire exposed and undisturbed 5th floor. 

Following the success of last years event at the Glue Factory we have decided to stage another, bringing together a wide variety of local/international video art and other forms of projected image (e.g. gifs, live visuals, performance etc..) in a multi-projection exhibition for one night only. The works will be presented floor-to-ceiling, in varying scales and throughout the multitude of spaces to create an immersive environment of imagery, colour and light. Artists have also been welcomed to work with site specific ideas wether it be projection mapping, installation and performance. 


::ARTISTS::

ALEC MACKENZIE / JACK WRIGLEY / ANNIE CRABTREE 
/ BEN SKEA / CRISTINA GARRIGA / MOYRA CAMPBELL / CRAIG JACKSON / ROSANNE DAVIDSON / SARAH GLASS / SQUISH KIBOSH / IONA KEWNEY + JOSEPH QUIMBY / MARCO BIAGINI + JESSICA ARGO / BRENDAN BENNETT / EWAN SINCLAIR / AILSA MARGOT MACKENZIE / EYEGRID / JASPER COPPES / KATIE SHAMBLES / JO TOMLINSON / CHRISTOPHER MACINNES / ANDREW HOUSTON / HEATHER LANDER / BETH SHAPEERO / KIM STEWART / PAWET BIGNELL / PAUL SAAG / SCOTT CARUTH / PHILIPPA WALL / NICK THOMAS / ANDREAS FELIX TRITSCH / KORNELIA KLOKK / GUY VEALE / HANNAH EDWARD / CALLUM MONTEITH / JAMIE MCNEILL / SHARON GRAHAM / KRYSIA KORDECKI


::LIVE MUSIC::

THE ORPHEUS CHOIR

A VIEW FROM NIHIL

KENNY LOVE

::DJs::

MICHAEL HOLLAND 
(Manchester)

LETITIA PLEIADES 

FERGUS CLARK 

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The Whisky Bond                            2 Dawson Road,Glasgow G4 9SS

BYOB is officially coming to Sydney for the first time!The concept is simple: Artists are invited to come and beam their works! Archive Space in Newtown have kindly donated their space for the show.  This is going to be one night of visuals and sound, that you&#8217;ll be sure not to miss! If you want to beam your creations, then pack your projector and contact Susan Bui - hello@susanbui.com by the 25th of November 2013 with a short explanation of the work you will be projecting.
Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) is an international series of one-night exhibitions inviting artists, armed with films and projecters, to convene and explore the art of projection in an immersive environment of moving light, sound and performance. BYOB is an idea originally conceived by Berlin-based artist Rafael Rozendaal.————SUMMARY:DATE: 20/12/13LOCATION: Archive Space, Newtown.START: Install 5.30 / Visitors 7pm SUBMIT: hello@susanbui.com 

BYOB is officially coming to Sydney for the first time!

The concept is simple: Artists are invited to come and beam their works! Archive Space in Newtown have kindly donated their space for the show.  This is going to be one night of visuals and sound, that you’ll be sure not to miss! 

If you want to beam your creations, then pack your projector and contact Susan Bui - hello@susanbui.com by the 25th of November 2013 with a short explanation of the work you will be projecting.

Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) is an international series of one-night exhibitions inviting artists, armed with films and projecters, to convene and explore the art of projection in an immersive environment of moving light, sound and performance. BYOB is an idea originally conceived by Berlin-based artist Rafael Rozendaal.


————

SUMMARY:
DATE: 20/12/13
LOCATION: Archive Space, Newtown.
START: Install 5.30 / Visitors 7pm 
SUBMIT: hello@susanbui.com 

BYOB ANTWERP | 9 november 2013


BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) comes to Antwerp for the very first time!Rafaël Rozendaal came up with the idea and shared it with the world.The concept is simple: Artists are invited to come and beam their creations. Pristine white walls to beam on and electricity are provided by the host. This results in a mix of visuals and sounds , which you have to experience for yourself. Be there on 9 november at MuHKA (top floor)SO, If you want to beam your creations, then pack your projector and contact Linde Luyten with a short explanation of the work you will be projecting.If you want experience a night during which the possibilities of projecting moving and still images, sounds, colors and performance is explored, you are invited to come and see the show. &#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;SUMMARY:DATE: 9/11/2013LOCATION: MuHKa - Top floor: MuhkademieSTART: 12:00 instalate / 13:00 visitorsSUBMIT: bringyourownbeamer@gmail.com
BYOB ANTWERP | 9 november 2013

BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) comes to Antwerp for the very first time!
Rafaël Rozendaal came up with the idea and shared it with the world.
The concept is simple: Artists are invited to come and beam their creations. Pristine white walls to beam on and electricity are provided by the host. This results in a mix of visuals and sounds , which you have to experience for yourself. Be there on 9 november at MuHKA (top floor)

SO, If you want to beam your creations, then pack your projector and contact Linde Luyten with a short explanation of the work you will be projecting.

If you want experience a night during which the possibilities of projecting moving and still images, sounds, colors and performance is explored, you are invited to come and see the show. 

————

SUMMARY:
DATE: 9/11/2013
LOCATION: MuHKa - Top floor: Muhkademie
START: 12:00 instalate / 13:00 visitors
SUBMIT: bringyourownbeamer@gmail.com
FRIDAY 29 NOVEMBER | 7PM – LATE Revolution 33 // Bring Your Own Beamer
Vivid Projects’ acclaimed 33 REVOLUTIONS programme concludes this winter with Bring Your Own Beamer, a one-night event curated by Antonio Roberts.
Armed with projectors, artists are invited to beam responses to Vivid Projects’ eight-month opening season, 33 REVOLUTIONS, onto the walls of the space.
Launched in February 2013, 33 REVOLUTIONS asks the question, can art and popular culture act as a catalyst for social change? The programme has taken audiences on a journey through film, print, performance and song, celebrating personal acts of protest and resistance from the anti-institutional spirit of 1960s-70s Britain right up to the simmering Arab Spring and Occupy!
Thought provoking encounters between new works and archive from 1950s to the present have addressed ways in which filmmakers and artists from a diverse range of cultural situations and societies have protested. For details on the full programme visit: www.vividprojects.org.uk.
You can bring your own beamer too - if you would like to make a response to 33 Revolutions and you have a projector, please fill in the form this form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1T-VQVyimx8q6yLux3eawYgd5hXjVGpqDavP_kycr2BY/
Deadline is Tuesday 29th October at 23:59. If you’re successful we’ll let you know soon after the deadline!
For further information about taking part please email byobbirmingham@gmail.com or contact us on Facebook
Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) is an international series of one-night exhibitions inviting artists, armed with films and projecters, to convene and explore the art of projection in an immersive environment of moving light, sound and performance. BYOB is an idea originally conceived by Berlin-based artist Rafael Rozendaal.

FRIDAY 29 NOVEMBER | 7PM – LATE
Revolution 33 // Bring Your Own Beamer

Vivid Projects’ acclaimed 33 REVOLUTIONS programme concludes this winter with Bring Your Own Beamer, a one-night event curated by Antonio Roberts.

Armed with projectors, artists are invited to beam responses to Vivid Projects’ eight-month opening season, 33 REVOLUTIONS, onto the walls of the space.

Launched in February 2013, 33 REVOLUTIONS asks the question, can art and popular culture act as a catalyst for social change? The programme has taken audiences on a journey through film, print, performance and song, celebrating personal acts of protest and resistance from the anti-institutional spirit of 1960s-70s Britain right up to the simmering Arab Spring and Occupy!

Thought provoking encounters between new works and archive from 1950s to the present have addressed ways in which filmmakers and artists from a diverse range of cultural situations and societies have protested. For details on the full programme visit: www.vividprojects.org.uk.

You can bring your own beamer too - if you would like to make a response to 33 Revolutions and you have a projector, please fill in the form this form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1T-VQVyimx8q6yLux3eawYgd5hXjVGpqDavP_kycr2BY/

Deadline is Tuesday 29th October at 23:59. If you’re successful we’ll let you know soon after the deadline!

For further information about taking part please email byobbirmingham@gmail.com or contact us on Facebook

Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) is an international series of one-night exhibitions inviting artists, armed with films and projecters, to convene and explore the art of projection in an immersive environment of moving light, sound and performance. BYOB is an idea originally conceived by Berlin-based artist Rafael Rozendaal.