NOV22 8PM at Little Berlin's Annex
Anyone can BYOB
Anyone can watch
Day de Dada (http://www.daydedada.com/)
Andrew Cameron Zahn (http://www.cruxspace.com/)
Tyler Kline (http://marginal-liminality.tumblr.com/)
Emma Branson (http://www.emmabranson.net/)
Little Berlin is pleased to announce Philadelphia's third BYOB. This is a one night event for anyone to bring their own projectors (LCD, overhead, slide, DIY). For this BYOB, there are four featured artists (Day de Dada, Andrew Cameron Zahn, Tyler Kiline, Emma Branson), and there will be space for anyone to project and/or watch throughout the night. The event is free and open to the public. Blacklight specials will be available for donations that go towards The Annex's mission to provide a platform for weekly screenings, lectures, art critiques, and to house our zine library with a reading area.
BYOB was founded by Rafaël Rozendaal (www.byobworldwide.com) in 2010 and has become a global phenomenon.
Day de Dada is a cooperative of performance artists based in Staten Island, NY. They have a mission to keep the Dadaist spirit alive with installations, music, noise, and performances that they bring to schools, galleries, and festivals. Main collaborative group is Vivian Vassar and Mary Campbell, and projects have included students, teachers, and artists from across the Tri-state area and Europe.
Andrew Cameron Zahn is a new media curator/artist/designer based in Philadelphia. His work is inspired by the intersection of nature and technology, and he uses generative digital and new media processes to create new ways of visualizing data, information, and form. Through multiple systems to build interactive installations, sculptures, and prints, he constantly reprocesses and reinterprets the world around him. Zahn’s work straddles the line between art, design, and performance and investigates the interstitial spaces between disciplines.
In 2014, Zahn opened CRUXspace, Philadelphia’s only New Media art gallery
Tyler Kline is multidisciplinary artists who utilizes performance, painting, sculpture, and printmaking to investigate the porous boundaries between each form. He has shown and curated extensively in Philadelphia.
Emma Branson works with video, found visuals and audio, and sculptural practices to mutate "commonplace" tropes in order to subvert their meanings.