B I T presents Wales’ first BRING YOUR OWN BEAMER night 6pm - LATE 19th of April 2013. Anyone is invited to exhibit, and there is no theme other than to celebrate web-based artwork, moving image and projected artwork.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to show your work at BYOB CARDIFF, all are welcome. Anyone wishing to exhibit should bring their work & projector to B I T Studios before 5pm on the 19th. Looking forward to seeing everyone’s work!
Current Artists: Matthew Britton, Bob Gelsthorpe, Naomi Heath, Hollie Jade Hopkins, Charlie Hurcombe, Glenn Ibbitson, Rebecca Wyn Kelly, Rowan Lear, Ifan Lewis Lewis, Warren Scott Marsh, Lydia Meehan, Tim Pickup, Jon Pountney, Sera Wyn Walker, Tom Winfield, Jorden Williams, Mel Wotton & more to be announced.
Held in Braddock, PA; a wide variety of artists put the BYOB in the BURGH (pittsburgh lol). Unsmoke Systems Artspace is house in a repurposed Catholic School building across the street from one of the few remaining steel mills in the region. The event happened to fall on one of the first beautiful Spring days of the year! Patrick Quinn organized this version of BYOB and it was LIVE!!!!!!]]]]]]]]]______ gif by joncates Photos from a. bill miller and studio 412
On Thursday the 11th of April 2013 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm The Ontario College of Art and Design (Florence Campus) will open its doors, inviting just about anybody (with a beamer) to exhibit their artwork in our freshly painted studio space. Refreshments will be served.
Address: Via Nazionale 7, Firenze, Italia, 50123. (Terzo Piano/Third Floor)
A million thanks to Rafaël Rozendaal for conceiving this awesome open source, do it yourself, curatorial format which has become a international phenomenon.
We thought the BYOB would be a great way to unify both the gallery and digital components of the exhibition.
Our venue is Henry Street Settlement’s historic Harry De Jur Playhouse, constructed between 1912 and 1915. It is located at 466 Grand Street.
Our BYOB event will have a group of artists from the digital portion of the Decenter exhibition, but is also open to anyone else who might be interested in celebrating as we close out our show. The closing event will be Sunday April 7th from 4-6 pm. Refreshments will be served.
BYOB Decenter will feature, among others:
KatieTorn Rose Schlossberg
Joshua Citarella Ethan Greenbaum Michael Delucia
Rolf-Tonio von Eckartsberg
Please let us know (email@example.com) if you’d like to join!
BYOB Wellington launched during the Fringe Festival 2013. With over 18 established and emerging projection, video, new media performance and installation artists from with and around the Wellington region this was surely one pot luck dinner that left both audiences and particapants feeling full and satisfied to the core.
Audiences came and go as they pleased from the Circus Hub (11 Hutchison Road) between 8pm and 12am Saturday, 2nd March. It was a real treat :)
Artists with work in this BYOB included…
Rebecca Pilcher and her dancer Ken Julian Meadow - Mr J Brett Ryan Hamish Guthrey Daniel Aston Naomi Lamb The Wanderer Stu Foster Alan Proctor-Thomson (Burnt Pixel) The Dub Module William Franco (With Lime) with butoh dancer Kenny Smith - boogerlab Raylene Beals - rayzordoll Safire Jones Courtney Norman Victoria Singh Rachel Bolstadand and the Vandervecken Light Collective (VLC) Peter Stobbart - Slopper VJ Nick Swinglehurst Adam Simpson
Facilitated by The Wanderer Productions and Rayzordoll. Supported by The New Zealand Fringe Festival, CNZ and The Circus Hub.
Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) is an open source DIY curatorial format for one-night-exhibitions where artists collaborate on site to create a moving image collage. First initiated by Rafaël Rozendaal in 2010, BYOB is now an international movement.
The Villa Bota Video Crew and vzw qYat.be organize probably the first BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) in Bruges, Belgium. Those evenings were conceived by visual artist Rafael Rozendaal in Germany and are now all over the world. Video artist of the Villa Bota Video Crew, qYat and Quixotic Lab will be present at the Factor and we invite you to bring your own projector along and join us. We provide electricity, a place for you and your projector, and the walls needed to be projected. And even if you don’t have a beamer, come along and have a good time.
For one evening only, The White Building in Hackney Wick was 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 | James Hicks | Marinette Kaus | Lawrence Lek | Beatrice Lopez | Hannah Mason | Parag Mital | Antonio Roberts | Clifford Sage & Joey Holder | Andrey Shental | Camila Sotomayor | James B Stringer | Daniel Swan | Viktor Timofeev & Chris King | Simon Whybray |
BRING YOUR OWN BEAMER is a cultural movement based on collective interventions and ephemeral of Video Art. This initiative was created by the artist Rafaël Rozendaal in Berlin and so far has been held in over 70 cities around the world. This time Producción Aleatoria brings BYOB for second time to Caracas curated by Helena Acosta and Miyö Van Stenis to be presented in the spaces of Cotrain Film Training Institute in Caracas, Venezuela.
BYOB Caracas II is a group show, nonprofit and open to participation by all those interested artists. The artists intervene themselves carrying space its projection material (whatever it is), adapting and using freeform campus infrastructure.
The event is an opportunity to explore the projection as a creative resource for space transformation. The digital art, and even more digital art movement, opens a wide range of discursive possibilities, while every video interacting with other pieces, this can generated endless readings, fostering a dynamic collaborative experience
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.