☼ The first Norwegian version of the international open source art project Bring Your Own Beamer occurred in Oslo on Thursday 21 June 2012. We dropped four shipping containers on location at Sukkerbiten Oslo. Each artist could project whatever they wanted, wherever they wanted, on what ever was in the space at the time.

BYOB Oslo curated by Daniel Butler

Participating artists:

Aleksandra Misztur (misztur.blogspot.com)
Christian Hennie (christianhennie.com)
Ingjerd Straand Jevnaker (ingjerd.posterous.com/)
Kaja Andersen (facebook.com/kaja.cxzy)
Miriam Haile
Ran Shao (shaoran.net)
Servando Barreiro (servando.hotglue.me/)
Sven Terje Bang

Musicians
Kristoffer Lislegaard (kristofferlislegaard.com)
Stian Larsen (stian-larsen.com)

Filmed by Anna Leijonhielm
Edited by Daniel Butler
Soundtrack live recording of Kristoffer Lislegaard at BYOB

Background:

BYOB Bring Your Own Beamer (created by Rafaël Rozendaal) - is series of one-night-exhibitions around the world exploring the medium of projection. The idea is simple: Find a place, invite many artists, and ask them to bring their projectors.

The first BYOB event took place on July 20th 2010 in Berlin. Since then there have been over 80 editions globally. Being a part of BYOB is a great opportunity to get international exposure, be inspired and have fun!

"Featuring an array of artists that span across disciplines, BYOB has an open structure that allows for impulse and experimentation, while placing responsibility for the physical format and engagement of the exhibition directly in the hands in the participants. The individual works will often overlap and sometimes even merge, producing an environment that is more than the sum of its parts."

☞ simple terms and guidelines:
✔ open to anyone - spread the word!
✔ bring your own beamer/video projector, video playing device and extension cord
✔ we *only* provide power sockets access
✔ find your own spot on the day
✔ plug and play
✔ places allocated on a first come, first-served basis,

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