PRIKFORT is an exhibition curated by Ladda with 7 kingsized pin-up boards → by Adriaan Verwée, Byram Tunez (Bxll), Ben Benaouisse, Cox & Grusenmeyer, Inne Eysermans (Amatorski), Dimitri ‘Jangojim’ Sakelaropolus & Topo.
On April 6th, there will be a complete open BYOB as an extension to the expo, … a one-night joint pin-up beamerboard.
The BYOB organized in less than two weeks held at CORREDOR PALMA, a project from Bartomeu Satre, has 7 artists so we call it MINI BYOB but from now we are organizing a second part to take place this summer in Mallorca in a bigger space with more artists.
-Pablo Pérez Sanmartín
We also wish to thank Galería Addaya, Ian Waelder, Miquel Ferrer and Pau Waelder for their help.
AN EXHIBITION HOSTING ARTISTS AND THEIR PROJECTORS
BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) is a one-night-only exhibition hosting artists and their projectors, at Lionel Dobie Project. BYOB Manchester will present visual artists experimenting with Film and New Media in this playful exhibition. LDP will be sponsored by local organisations to offer you an exciting evening of Art and Refreshments in keeping with the BYOB theme.
When is everyone bringing their beamer?
Friday 22 2013 - 19:00 - 21:00 hrs
Who is bringing their beamer?
// Adriano Digaudio
// Annie Carpenter
// Callum Higgins
// Eleanor Marechal
// Helen Collett
// Jon Blenkinsop
// Kathyrn Miller
// Kieran Izquierdo
// Liam Healy
// Lois Macdonald
// Lucinda Hankin
// Phoebe Myers
// Rosanne Robertson
// Rosie Farrell
// Sandra Bouguerch
// Stephanie Graham
Where will these beamers be?
Lionel Dobie gallery is situated in Manchester city centre right opposite Castlefield Gallery.
Sunday 10.03.2013 | 6-9pm | After party at CRATE brewery
Join us for a spectacle of moving image featuring artists and their projectors! For one evening only, The White Building in Hackney Wick will be transformed into an interactive object, featuring: MOVs, GIFs, 3D worlds, intercontinental live streams, light box drawings and virtual sculpture.
Featuring: Awe IX | Laurie Bender | Rebecca Cooper | Jamie George | James Hicks | Marinette Kaus | Lawrence Lek | Beatrice Lopez | Tobias Revell | Antonio Roberts | Clifford Sage & Joey Holder | Camila Sotomayor | James B Stringer | Daniel Swan | Viktor Timofeev | Simon Whybray |
BYOB Tel Aviv Feb. 25 (the eve of Shushan Purim) between 7-10 PM
A one-night-exhibition hosts artists and their projectors Curated by Doron Golan and Adiya Porat-Kligler
BYOB is a concept and idea by Rafaël Rozendaal operating the site www.byobworldwide.com that supports the concept’s exhibition worldwide. The idea is simple: get a place, invite many artists, ask them to bring their projectors and computers. BYOB is a celebration of the new world we live in and a glimpse of what computing could look like in the future: 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. the event joins other BYOB events in the world-wide
The exhibition will take place at Contemporary by Golconda Located in the south of Tel Aviv Herzl Street 117, Ground Floor
Verkstad- rum för konst in Norrköping, SWEDEN are very happy to present Bring Your Own Beamer as the first event of the year.
This evening will celebrate the video, a way of making art that not long ago was a very complex and elaborate medium to work with. Due to development of technology and digitalization, creating video art has become more accessible to a larger group of practitioners. Bring Your Own Beamer is an international art phenomena which testifies of the global world we live in and project a window towards the future. The event is a contemporary version of the salon where the beamers challenge our perception of what an image could be.
Norrköping is the 10th biggest city in Sweden. There is a small but strong art community here. On the night of the Norrköping version of BYOB, a live video session will be performed by the artist collective sikk among with all the beamers.
Preselected San Antonio-area artists will project films, videos, and other moving images on the walls of the McNay’s Brown Foundation Sculpture Terrace and Sculpture Garden.
DJ JJ Lopez will spinning on the terrace.
The Institute of Chili and Society Bakery will be on site for anyone wanting food. Starbucks has graciously donated the coffee for this event. First initiated by Rafaël Rozendaal in 2010, over 80 BYOB events have taken place throughout the world, from Berlin and Tokyo, to San Francisco and New York City.
The McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum (MCCF) presents GET REEL, a program featuring critically acclaimed independent and foreign films and videos. This series provides film lovers the opportunity to see award-winning films not normally screened in San Antonio.