BYOBeamer: Bring Your Own Beamer Party
Antonio Roberts, Host
You are invited to join us for the first Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB)
at Stony Brook University. Taking part is easy: just bring your beamer
(digital projector) and something to be screened!
BYOB is a series of one-night exhibitions where artists are invited to
bring their own beamers and explore the medium of projection by
creating a collaborative happening of moving light, sound and
performance. On March 4th from 22:00 onwards we will fill Union
Ballroom and University Cafe at Stony Brook University with artists,
each of them armed with their own beamer.
The simple terms and guidelines:
* RSVP to email@example.com in order to secure a spot.
* Open to anyone, including those outside the university.
* Bring your own beamer/projector, video playback device and extension cord.
* We can provide power sockets and some extension cables.
* Find your own spot on the day.
* Use any surface to beam on, including ceilings and floors.
* Places allocated on a first come, first served basis.
* Participants are welcome to set up at University Ballroom and Cafe from 5pm.
* Participants are responsible for the safety of their own equipment.
* All ages welcome in the University Ballroom, but ages 21+ allowed in
the University Cafe
We will have a limited amount of beamers that can be booked on the
night. Please get in contact if you need one. These will be allocated
on a first come, first served basis.
BYOB is an idea by Rafaël Rozendaal. BYOB Stony Brook is curated by
Antonio Roberts as part of fGlitch.
Antonio Roberts is a digital artist based in Birmingham. He has recently completed his Masters level studies in Digital Arts in Performance at Birmingham City University. His artwork focuses on the errors and glitches generated by digital technology. An underlying theme of his work is open source software and collaborative practices.
His video work has been screened in Chicago, Illinois, at GLI.TC/H, Notacon in Cleaveland, Ohio, and Newcastle Borough Museum and Art Gallery, amongst other places. Alongside this he partakes in virtual exhibitions online and in Second Life.
Antonio’s recent activities include being a founding member of the fizzPOP hackerspace, regularly collaborating with other visual artists/VJs under the group name of FREECODE and helping to organise Birmingham’s first zine festival in 2010.