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BYOB BEIJING

BYOB 北京

2014年6月28号

 

大栅栏儿,北京

展览

28 June 2014

 

Dashilar, Beijing

Exhibition

Michelle Proksell and Solveig Suess in collaboration with Dashilar Project and Concrete Flux, are pleased to present BYOB Beijing, a one night collaborative happening of moving light, sound, installation and performance. This exhibition will include twenty-nine Chinese and International artists.

 

BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) is a series of international exhibitions where artists explore the medium of projection. BYOB originated in Berlin, Germany in 2010 by artists Rafaël Rozendaal and Anne

de Vries and has grown to become a worldwide DIY experience, spanning to cities across the globe.

On Saturday, June 28th, 2014, BYOB Beijing projected onto the walls, ceilings, windows, doors and other surfaces of traditional Beijing hutongs in the heart of Dashilar. Hutongs, or small alleyways, represent an important cultural element in Beijing, and with the fast paced social and economic trajectory of China in recent years, it has become evident on a local scale that these traditional alleys have dramatically decreased.

 

In light of these changes, BYOB Beijing artists explored the theme of “Rendering” or “使成” (shǐ chéng), as they transform a few spaces within a Dashilar hutong into a one-night DIY installation.

 

To “render” means to interpret, reproduce, echo, translate, restore, reflect, or quite literally “to make something become”. To “project” means to extend outward beyond something else, imagining (a space, oneself, a situation, etc.) as having moved to a different place or time — conveying the present, while echoing the past. This years BYOB Beijing artists explored the theme of transformation and engaged with traditional buildings in new ways, interpreting sound, performance, and installation through various means of projection, including using slide projectors, video projectors, homemade projectors, shadow play, animation, light projection and live VJ-ing.

 

 

See byobbeijing2014.tumblr.com/ for more information.

See www.byobworldwide.com for documentation of former shows.

 

Special thanks to Matjaž Tančič for photo documentation of the event.

 

中国北京。策展人:Michelle Proksell 媚潇、Solveig Suess 苏薇,与《大栅栏更新计划》和《流泥》协同合作呈现BYOB北京——一夜由移动的光线、声音、装置及表演组成的跨媒介活动。二十九个中国本地及国外的艺术家将参与这次展览。

 

BYOB ( Bring Your Own Beamer “自备投影”)是一系列探索投影这个媒介的国际性的展览。BYOB于2010年由艺术家Rafael Rozendaal和Anne de Vries在德国始创,现在已经发展成为了一个世界性的DIY体验,并持续在全球各地进行。 

BYOB北京将于2014年6月2 8日(周六)投影在位于大栅栏中心的北京传统胡同的墙壁、天花、门、窗及其他表面上。胡同是一个北京重要的传统文化元素,随着近年来中国社会和经济的迅速发展,这些传统的胡同在当地规划上有了明显的减少。

 

鉴于这些改变,参展BYOB北京的艺术家在将大栅栏胡同的一些空间一夜间转化成DIY的装置的同时,探索“渲染”或“使成”的主题。“渲染”意味着解析、复制、回声、翻译、还原、反映或在字面上,“使某物成为”。而“投射”则意味着超越某物的外延,想象 (一个空间、自身、情境等) 已经移到不同的地方或时间——既传递当下,亦呼应过去。

 

今年参展BYOB北京的艺术家在探索这个变化性的主题时,并不会被局限于这些胡同的特定空间平面上,而将以新的方式与传统的建筑物进行交流,通过不同投影的方式,包括幻灯机及自家制投影仪的运用、皮影、动画、光投影和现场VJ,重新探索声音、行为及装置媒介。