Gif by Daniel Swan
BYOB LONDON
25.02.2011 / 18.30 – 22.00
The Woodmill Neckinger Depot, Neckinger, London, SE16 3QN
To coincide with the launch of the South London Art Map, the Woodmill hosts BYOB.
An acronym for ‘Bring Your Own Beamer’, BYOB is a series of one-night exhibitions where artists are invited to bring their own “beamers” and explore the medium of projection. BYOB has already taken place in different cities throughout Europe and the US, involving artists of an extended and dispersed ‘Internet art community’.
Hosted by the Woodmill, BYOB London will bring together more than 30 London-based and international artists to create a collaborative happening of moving light, sound and performance.This dynamic structure will be enhanced by a series of ad hoc installations, performances and special projects, creating an immersive environment of DIY spontaneity and experimentation.
LuckyPDF will be hosting a live internet TV stream covering the events and content of BYOB London from a television studio within The Woodmill hangar.
BYOB London will be also hosting a launch of Post Internet Survival Guide 2010, an art-book about redistribution of social energy in contemporary world and a book about the future of contemporary art. Initiated  and put together by Estonian artist Katja  Novitskova, PISG features  contributions and art works by more than  forty young artists from  around the world, some of whom will also be  participating in BYOB  London. For more information go to  http://katjanovi.net/postinternetsurvivalguide.html
The event will be followed by an after party at the Woodmill.
Participating artists: Amalia Ulman, Anne de Vries, Aristide Antonas, Arran Ridley, Ben Vickers, Carl Burgess, Daniel Swan, Emily Jones, Harry Sanderson, Helen Marten & Fran Edgerley, Hyo Myoung Kim, Iain Ball, Jeremy Bailey & Kristen Schaffer, Jimmy Merris, Katja Novitskova, KERNEL (Pegy Zali, Petros Moris, Theodoros Giannakis),  L_A_N, LuckyPDF (James Early, John Hill, Oliver Hogan, Yuri Pattison), Luke Barcelona Cano, Marc Kremers, Martin Cole, Matthew Stone, Theo Michael & George Tsioutsias, Mike Ruiz, Nicolas Roope, No New Info (Lauren Elder, Andre and Evan Lenox, Arend deGruyter-Helfer, Micah Schippa, Brian Khek), Paul B Davis, Poka-Yio, Rafaël Rozendaal, Richard Sides, Sascha Pohflepp, Tim Steer, Yuri Pattison
Curated by KERNEL, initiated by Rafaël Rozendaal.

Gif by Daniel Swan

BYOB LONDON

25.02.2011 / 18.30 – 22.00

The Woodmill
Neckinger Depot, Neckinger, London, SE16 3QN

To coincide with the launch of the South London Art Map, the Woodmill hosts BYOB.

An acronym for ‘Bring Your Own Beamer’, BYOB is a series of one-night exhibitions where artists are invited to bring their own “beamers” and explore the medium of projection. BYOB has already taken place in different cities throughout Europe and the US, involving artists of an extended and dispersed ‘Internet art community’.

Hosted by the Woodmill, BYOB London will bring together more than 30 London-based and international artists to create a collaborative happening of moving light, sound and performance.This dynamic structure will be enhanced by a series of ad hoc installations, performances and special projects, creating an immersive environment of DIY spontaneity and experimentation.

LuckyPDF will be hosting a live internet TV stream covering the events and content of BYOB London from a television studio within The Woodmill hangar.

BYOB London will be also hosting a launch of Post Internet Survival Guide 2010, an art-book about redistribution of social energy in contemporary world and a book about the future of contemporary art. Initiated and put together by Estonian artist Katja Novitskova, PISG features contributions and art works by more than forty young artists from around the world, some of whom will also be participating in BYOB London. For more information go to  http://katjanovi.net/postinternetsurvivalguide.html

The event will be followed by an after party at the Woodmill.

Participating artists:
Amalia Ulman, Anne de Vries, Aristide Antonas, Arran Ridley, Ben Vickers, Carl Burgess, Daniel Swan, Emily Jones, Harry Sanderson, Helen Marten & Fran Edgerley, Hyo Myoung Kim, Iain Ball, Jeremy Bailey & Kristen Schaffer, Jimmy Merris, Katja Novitskova, KERNEL (Pegy Zali, Petros Moris, Theodoros Giannakis),  L_A_N, LuckyPDF (James Early, John Hill, Oliver Hogan, Yuri Pattison), Luke Barcelona Cano, Marc Kremers, Martin Cole, Matthew Stone, Theo Michael & George Tsioutsias, Mike Ruiz, Nicolas Roope, No New Info (Lauren Elder, Andre and Evan Lenox, Arend deGruyter-Helfer, Micah Schippa, Brian Khek), Paul B Davis, Poka-Yio, Rafaël Rozendaal, Richard Sides, Sascha Pohflepp, Tim Steer, Yuri Pattison

Curated by KERNEL, initiated by Rafaël Rozendaal.