Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB)

19 Mar 2016

Event times

18:00 – 22:00

Cost of entry

Free Entry - first come first served

Platform Southwark

London, United Kingdom


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Brainchild x Vermilion Hook and Platform Southwark present Bring Your Own Beamer – a one-night group exhibition, hosting artists and their projectors.


Bring Your Own Beamer – a series of one-night exhibitions, hosting artists and their projectors, was set up by Berlin-based artist Rafaël Rozendaal, in 2010.

On March 19th it comes to Platform Southwark - a new three-story, multi-disciplinary, project space, which provides a new platform for artistic expression and engagement with the local community – and beyond.

The new cultural hub is the first activity of a proposed mixed-use development by U+I and Transport for London (TfL), who have invited a number of organisations to temporarily occupy the building, whilst curating a series of performances, exhibitions, workshops and events. These organisations include collective collaboration Brainchild x Vermilion Hook, who will host BYOB – a project that reflects their own open source and inclusive philosophies.

Artists participating in this energetic exhibition event include:

Dan Adeyemi – who’s piece for BYOB is a living website. The webpage displays a document containing a constant flow of sentences, exposing the internal monologue of someone thinking about their lover.

Georgie Brinkman, - will be screening her new video Ant_Colony_Optimisation, inspired by an algorithm which simulates the behavioural patterns of ants in order to find the optimal path in a graph.

Alice Dunseath  - will exhibit her work, which brings together chemicals, crystals, along with other elements that have a life on their own. 

Hannah Gill - Co-curator, Hannah will also be exhibiting at BYOB, with work that is unusually hands on and physical for digital filmmaking. Using a live feed connection between a camera and screen she creates a digital loop, which continues into infinity and inserts physical objects such as paper cut-outs and laser lights into these scenarios.

Vasilisa Forbes - A fashion photographer and film-maker/video-director who has contributed to magazines such as Dazed & Confused and i-D, Forbes is also the brains behind the #WaxChick project – the series from which she will be showing work at BYOB.

Sophie Rogers - Co-curator of this BYOB, Sophie will also exhibiting her hyper-coloured landscapes, with not-quite-human figures, who re-invent traditional fantasy tales such as Snow White, The Invention of Morel by Adolfo Bioy Casares or The Time Machine by H G Well’s. 


Lily Bonesso

Sophie Rogers

Hannah Gill

Exhibiting artists

Hattie Ball

Matteo Zamagni

Amy Webster

Josie Tucker

Loup Blaster

Alice Dunseath

Joana Palma

Matilda Skelton Mace

Matt Gee

Sophie Rogers

Joseph Melhuish

Laure Rees-Smith

Scott Carthy

Ting Cheng

Vasilisa forbes

Vasilisa forbes

Sapphire Goss

Jonathan Harris

Dan Adeyemi

Hannah Gill

Georgina Brinkman

Jack Addis


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