16.03.11 by Jeff

Sraunus Vancouver

I just received news that Sraunus will be shown in North America for the first time at Drop In/Drop OutBYOB Vancouver!

Sraunus projection show

Full details below!


Sraunus projection show

Sraunus projection show

Sraunus projection show

Sraunus projection show

Sraunus projection show

Sraunus projection show

Friday March 18, 2011
Drop In/Drop Out Video Arts Expo
BYOB Vancouver
W2 Storyeum
151 W. Cordova Street
5pm – 3am

There will be 40 projectors showing work! My friend Jennilee Marigomen will be projecting works by:

 

Alexander Binder
Lucas Blalock
Fred Cave
Grant Cornett
Bobby Doherty
Thobias Fäldt
Sam Falls
Seth Fluker
Paul Herbst
Pierre Le Hors
Clemens Jahn
Mac Katter
Klara Källström
Shane Lavalette
Sylvain-Emmanuel P
Paul Paper
Nerijus Rimkus
Jaap Scheeren
Maurice Scheltens & Liesbeth Abbenes
Adam Schreiber
Kate Steciw
Ugnė Straigytė
Jesper Ulvelius
Kimm Whiskie
Jessica Williams













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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