4/6: BYOB CPH DISTORTION edition - OPEN CALL

following the success of BYOB CPH in nikolaj we are doing BYOB distortion too.

OPEN CALL FOR PROJECTOR BASED WORK - PLEASE PASS THIS ON TO ANYONE WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED

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Posted at 29.05.2011 11:27 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

21/5: BYOB CPH in kunsthal nikolaj

BYOB CPH flyer

on may 21st mikrogalleriet and friends will arrange a copenhagen version of bring your own beamer (BYOB) in kunsthal nikolaj. this edition of BYOB is part of the fokus video festival.

BYOB is a series of one-night-exhibitions curated by different people around the world.

the idea is simple:

  • find a place
  • invite many artists
  • ask them to bring their projectors

BYOB is an exploration of the medium of projection, a celebration of the

Posted at 03.05.2011 14:56 | 4 comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

mikrogalleriet moves out of space

yupp, its true. mikrogalleriet is without a fixed space. the room which served us so well on gormsgade 9 has been given up, and we have moved on to RUM, a work collective also on nørrebro. our new space is bigger and well suited for workshops, but not well suited for exhibitions. so please, if you happen to have a nice room for available (must be cheap, preferably on nørrebro) let us know!

in the mean time mikrogalleriet will focus on projects that are not bound to the classic gallery setup in a physical sense. more on this soon!

Posted at 26.04.2011 10:51 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

black box gallery exhibits at mikrogalleriet

The Physical Impossibilty of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, Benjamin Zuber, 2008

multiple market, including works by:
benjamin zuber (de), eduardo kac (usa), exonemo (jp), france cadet (fr), frieder nake (de), heath bunting (gb), ole kristensen (dk), tristan perich (usa), and ubermorgen.com (at)

exhibit opens 5 pm on november 18th, and runs from november 19th to 27th. opening hours: thursday through

Posted at 14.11.2010 23:24 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

mikrogalleriet at ars electronica

this year mikrogalleriet will be present at ars electronica in linz, austria.

close up of

we will present ole kristensens “work in progress” i cooperation with black box gallery and gallery brunnhofer. “work in progress” will be on display in gallery brunnhofer during the festival, along with 3 pixel fades made by mikrogalleriets curator jacob sikker remin.

jacob sikker remin will also exhibit his fluorescent light tube installation “kuben” at the main exhibition of ars electronica.

send us an email if you would like to meet up. we would sure love to meet you out there!

Posted at 31.08.2010 18:17 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

14/5: la belle indifference: EP release and exhibition

this friday mikrogalleriet hosts the release party and mini exhibition of our local chip tune heroes la belle indifference. come see the pixels, come dance to square waves.

cover by thea sikker remin

its going to be a fun packed evening:

videomusik will play. la belle indifference will play, and exhibit some of their home built instruments and installations. there will be a showing of raquel meyers brand

Posted at 13.05.2010 16:36 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

book and map from the GET LOST project is out now

get lost

the book and map from the GET LOST project is now finally out. the book offers an interesting view on the alternative side of copenhagen, and covers “49cm“, the very first show in mikrogalleriet.

100 physical copies will be sold from the danish architectural centers book store, and a digital version is available online.

Posted at 09.05.2010 15:48 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

19/2 kl17: zach layton (US): the post-tropical

opening: friday 19/2 17 - 21
open: 19/2 - 28/2 weekends: 13 - 18 thursday + friday: 17-21 monday - wednesday closed
note: this exhibition is also viewable from the street, outside opening hours.

“the post-tropical” is a sound and video installation inspired by a recent series of field recordings made on the large island of hawaii. while making these recordings i was struck by the beauty of the flickering night sounds, a series of interlocking patterns that is not unlike the sound of synaptic firings i’ve encountered in my previous brainwave generated music. what i thought was a natural beauty, however, was in fact a hybridization of species that were indigenous and foreign to the ecosystem. some 10 years earlier, the multinational corporation wal-mart accidentally introduced frogs that are indigenous to the dominican republic / puerto rico within a shipment of packaged plants and soil. ultimately these frogs multiplied exponentially in hawaii in an environment without any natural predators. this installation is a meditation upon received notions of “nature” within a post-industrial and globalized world.

http://www.zachlaytonindustries.com/

Posted at 19.02.2010 15:29 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

16/2 kl17:30 - zach layton (us) + lovid (us)

in collaboration with copenhagens new monitor gallery monitorgalleri, mikrogalleriet proudly presents new video works by zach layton (us) + lovid (us)

zach layton video still

17:30 - 19:30 opening & performance
monitorgalleri
rådhuspladsen 45 copenhagen
http://www.monitorgalleri.net/

Posted at 15.02.2010 20:56 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized

new sounds from new york: investigations in physical sound

we are super proud to present zach layton (US) and tristan perich (US) in mikrogalleriet during february. they are both producing some very interesting, very physical and super ambitious sound installations for mikrogalleriet. be sure to come by!

tristan and zach will also be giving artist talks at dorkbot cph in kunsthal nikolaj, february 6th 15-17

you can download the full press release (in danish) here: http://mikrogalleriet.net/presse/presse-investigations-in-physical-sound.pdf

and you can read more about tristan perich’s “interval studies” here: http://www.mikrogalleriet.net/?p=32

mark your calendars: opening hours and openings for the 2 shows are as follows:

tristan perich: “interval studies” // february 5th - 14th // opening february 5th 17-21
zach layton: “the post-tropical” // february 19th - 28th // opening february 19th 17-21
mikrogalleriet // gormsgade 9, 2200 cph n // thursday and friday 17-21, weekends 13-18

Posted at 28.01.2010 14:47 | no comments | Filed Under: Uncategorized
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