14.12.2012 – BYOB [Utrecht, NL]

14 Dez 2012 14.12.2012 – BYOB [Utrecht, NL]

‚Visual explosion presented by SETUP, Liefhebber and FIBER – one night and one space to use all the beamers you can get your hands on and transform an empty space into an exhibition like you’ve never experienced before.‘

Friday December 14th, SETUP, Liefhebber and FIBER will join forces for a combined Bring Your Own Beamer in Utrecht. Experienced in both Amsterdam and Utrecht the three will push this one-night-exhibition into a visual extravaganza. This collaboration will take place in the old, beautiful industrial hangar of NUtrecht at the Cartesiusweg in Utrecht, right next to trainstation ‘Zuilen’, making it easily accessible by train.

Together we’ll present an experimental evening with a selection of various artists, cultural institutions, galleries, college students and collectors of film and video showing their own art. Besides this, we’re inviting everyone else to show any kind of video work and display this total in a new context, through and over each other.

MORE INFO
//www.fiber-space.nl/fiber-event/byob/
//www.setup.nl/byob2/

ADDRESS
NUtrecht / CAB-Rondom 90AA / Utrecht

WORKSHOP PROGRAMME:
Part of the BYOB-programme are three workshops in which total newcomers to contemporary visual art & design are introduced to disciplines like projection mapping, VJ-ing and cinemagraphs (moving photographs). Through these workshops everyone has the chance to create their own project. The outcomes will be presented directly within the big BYOB in December. All the workshops will be given by experienced and professional creatives like Adam Saint, motion graphic designer Tibor den Held and Utrecht based visual collective DEFRAME.

More detailed information and dates of the workshops can be found on the website of SETUP.

This event has been made possible with the support of the Cultural Participation Fund (Fonds voor Cultuurparticipatie).

BYOB is an initiative by Rafaël Rozendaal:
//www.byobworldwide.com/

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