BYOB Nicosia, Cyprus
A series of exhibitions hosting artists and their projectors.
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BYOB Nicosia, Cyprus
UNPAINTED BYOB I Munich I 2014
18 / 01 / 2014, 6pm - 9pm
UNPAINTED media art fair
Let’s the professionals speak: “UNPAINTED, Munich’s first New Media Art fair, opened its doors on January 2014 to play host to over 50 exhibitors from around the globe, showing work that covers the wide range of artists actively engaging with the internet as a creative medium. Acting equally as an exhibition space, buyer ground, and educational platform, UNPAINTED seeks to broaden Munich’s views on how technology has affected the very fabric of our world. Works ranging from the historical to the up-and-coming were on display, along with performances and lectures covering a range of topics related to art and technology” Spencer Longo wrote at the creatorsproject — Jan 24 2014
One highlight was the UNPAINTED BYOB event and we are happy that Rafaël himself could be our guest. The idea was deceptively simple: we found a space, invited artists and let them bring a beamer: https://vimeo.com/86523087
UNPAINTED BYOB 2014 was curated by the Munich-based media artist Martine-Nicole Rojina and UNPAINTEDs artistic director Annette Doms.
The 6th Yebisu International Festival for the Art and
Alternative Visions 2014 partnership program
"BYOB - Bring Your Own Beamer at AIT"
Saturday, February 22, 7pm-10pm *Open mic from 20:00
*Free entry *No reservations required.
In conjunction with the “6th Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions”, AIT will host an one night event, “BYOB-Bring Your Own Beamer @ AIT”, this Saturday February 22 from 7pm to 10pm.
An experimental one night event initiated by a former AIT artist in residence, Rafael Rozendaal (Netherlands), BYOB invites creators to bring their video works and freely project them in the event space.
For this event, filmmakers, video artists and VJs will present their works, projecting them onto the walls, windows, ceiling and other surfaces within the AIT room. An open mic session will be held from 8pm, and casual interviews with various participating artists will also take place.
Visitors are welcome to visit throughout the evening and experience the projected works in any way they like.
Organized by: Arts Initiative Tokyo [AIT] http://www.a-i-t.net
The Yebisu International festival for Art & Visions 2014
Artists: Ryo Hirano / Raphael Rozendaal / Gabriel Velarde / Overture / onnnacodomo / Kazuya Takagawa / Jan Szewczyk / Franciszek Orlowski / Seitaro Kokubo / Josh Landquest / Hikaru Hongu / Chikara Matsumoto / Shimpei Shimokawa / Jordan Kim / Masato Yamaguchi
Bring Your Own Beamer CPH – February 21, 2014
You are invited to join us in mounting a new version of the international phenomenon BYOB - a series of one-night-exhibitions around the world. The idea is simple: Find a place, invite many artists, and ask them to bring their own projectors.
BYOB is a way of making a zero budget show, a celebration of the projected image and a collaborative DIY experience. BYOB is an idea by Rafaël Rozendaal - organized in Copenhagen by FOKUS videokunstfestival, FROST and Statens Museum for Kunst (SMK) in collaboration with Marie Dufresne & Kristoffer Ørum.
On February 21st from 19 until 23 we will pack as many artists as we can round up into the space of Tøjhusmuseet (The Museum of Armory) in Copenhagen - each of them wielding their own projector. Each artist can project whatever they want, wherever they want, on what ever is in the space at the time.
The simple terms and guidelines:
• RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 19th in order to secure a spot.
• Open to anyone – Spread the word
• Bring your own beamer/video projector, video playback device and extension cord.
• Headphones are a good idea for optimal sound quality.
• We provide power sockets and some extension cables
• Find your own spot on the day
• Plug and play
• Places allocated on a first come, first served basis
• Participants are welcome to set up at the museum from 4pm.
• About 150 works from SMK’s collection are available for remix and play under a Creative Commons license. You are free to download and use them here: http://www.smk.dk/copyright/creative-commons
• FROST & FOKUS wil have a bar and dj going all night (and offer a couple of free beers for all participants)
We will have a limited amount of projectors that can be booked on the night, these will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
To get an idea of the general set up, see the images of previous versions of BYOB at www.byobworldwide.com.
And check out the location at Tøjhusmuseet, Tøjhusgade 3 - http://www.thm.dk/
FROST will hold two concerts with The Mountains during the evening at the adjacent Chr IV’s Brewery and about 240 concert goers will enter through Tøjhusmuseet to experience our BYOB and make use of the bar. These concerts require tickets, but BYOB is free and open to all throughout the evening!
The evening is supported by Wondercool.
CONVOCATORIA ABIERTA - OPEN CALL
BYOB - CARACAS IV en la ONG - Organización Nelson Garrido desde FEB 01 a FEB 18 enviar propuestas a email@example.com / / Curaduría: Helena Acosta y Miyö Van Stenis// Actívense!
B I T Studios are hosting their second Bring Your Own Beamer night, an evening devoted to film, animation, net and video art, and any projection based artworks. Taking place on-site within the artist studios, as always everyone and anyone is welcome to exhibit in a critical mass of artists and their projectors. BYOB is a democratic project conceived by artist Rafael Rozendaal, BYOB’s are held all over the world, and to celebrate that fact we will be working with Waikato Institute of Technology + Draw.Inc, our friends in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Artists: Absent but Not Forgotten, Esther Burns, James Cocks, Eddy Dreadnought, Eye4anEye Visuals, Fishy, Bob Gelsthorpe, Ruth Hitchens, Ifan Lewis Lewis, Luke Nairn, Coke Oak, Florence Walkey + more to be announced.
+ Beaming from New Zealand: Paul Bradley & Stephanie Christie, Joe Citizen, Luke McConnell, Paul Nelson, Leafa Wilson.
-Bring your projector (OHP, Data, Slide, whatever)
| Bring Your own Beamer | Edinburgh | 2014 |
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| 7pm- 11pm |
BYOB, or Bring Your Own Beamer is a one-night exhibition inviting different artists from around the country to transform Edinburgh College of Art’s Sculpture Court into a dynamic and enveloping multi-sensory spectacle of moving image, digital art, performance art, sound art and music. BYOB is a commentary on the modern world which often generates overwhelming situations in which one is surrounded by a multiplicity of undulating, fluctuating, pulsating, digitised visuals and information.
The exhibition format has been enacted by Rafaël Rozendaal and has been created worldwide since 2010.
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at El parche, artist residence
SATURDAY 7, DECEMBER 18:00<00:00
The First Bos en Lommer BYOB
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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 Ploegarts& Louis Liu | Masha Ru & Olga Ganzha | Polina Zioga | Mariah Blue | VJAlu | LIDO: Maja Brouwer, Barbara Collé, Ella Gazibara, David Offereins | Yentl Oehlenschläger | Thomas Slooijer | Ina Conkic | Dominique Panhuysen | Sebastiaan Majoor & Ingrid Greijn | Chloi Kateridou | Marieke Gelissen | Marjolijn Rijks | Julie Dassaud
BYOB-RVA II: Bring Your Own Beamer, Richmond
An InLight Richmond pre-party event
Curated by Norberto Gomez Jr. on behalf of 1708 Gallery
Hosted by Hardywood Craft Brewery
Oct. 24 from 6-9 PM
Bring Your Own Beamer is a series of one-night exhibitions featuring artists and their beamers, aka projectors. Since 2010, BYOBs have taken place throughout the world: Berlin, Copenhagen, Tokyo, Caracas, Austin, and Richmond, to name a few. In response to the success of BYOB-RVA I held during InLight Richmond, 2012, curator and facilitator Norberto Gomez Jr. invites all area artists to once again plug in and beam on behalf of 1708 Gallery. Artists are asked to provide their own projectors, or other monitors and devices. While it is not required, feel free to e-mail us if you are expecting to participate, or if you have any other questions.
This year’s loose theme is: Ghosts & Beer, but, you are welcome to beam whatever theme(s) you want. Bring your extension cords and your friends!
For more info, visit:
Hosted by PARK JINWOO + KANG YOONZEE
BYOB NASHVILLE is an event taking place at Track One, September 7th, 2013 as a part of Arts & Music at Wedgewood/Houston gallery crawl. Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
We’re flooding the walls, ceilings, and floors with projected video art from some of Nashville’s most talented artists. Bring Your Own Beamer is a series of one-night-exhibitions curated by different people around the world, originated by Rafaël Rozendaal. The idea is simple: Find a place, invite many artists, ask them to bring their projectors.
The call for artists is still open. If you’d like to participate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.