Minneapolis, MN--BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) was a series of one-night-only-exhibitions hosting artists and their projectors. The BYOB concept was initiated by Anne de Vries & Rafael Rozendaal in Berlin and has since popped up in cities around the world, both large and small.
BYOB Minneapolis was presented by Permanent Art & Design Group in collaboration with curators Travis Stearns and Josh Clancy. On Saturday, June 25th at 9pm, over 30 local, national, and international digital artists created a pop-up projection exhibit within the Thorp Building's vacant 12,000 sq foot warehouse space in Northeast Minneapolis. The works overlapped, juxtaposed, and formed a glimpse into the future of possibilities for representing visual information; the chaos of the internet laid before the visitor in a darkened warehouse space.
Theodore Guerrero, Travess Smalley, Dylan Fisher, Jesse Kanda, Bea Fremderman & Lauren Elder, Eric Timothy Carlson, Rasmus Svensson, Brad Tinmouth, Christian Brandt, Martin Cole, Jasper Elings, Albert Elmore, Ben Aqua, Alexandria McCrosky, Steph Davidson, Chris Shier, Duncan Alexander, Jaakko Pallasvuo, John Transue, Brandon Blommaert, Emily Jones, Amanda Bailey, Michael Cina, YAMAHAHA, and PLAYATTA.
Video Credits //
Shot and Filmed by: Eric Melzer ericmelzer.com
Edited by: Kyle Helle
Music by: Elite Gymnastics
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