B3IG3 (read: “beige”) is a performative and curatorial platform which is run, hosted and curated by Andreas Knag-Danielsen. B3IG3 has for the last three years consisted of B3IG3 events where artists are invited to use a hotel room as an exhibition space. The events are hosted by different characters created and performed by Andreas Knag-Danielsen, based on drag aesthetics, a love-hate relationship with technology and the meeting between the digital and physical world. B3IG3 has also ventured into the YouTube world with B3IG3 TV featuring a brand new talk show called THE B3IG3 SHOW as well as various videos that explore what it means to be human in a hyperconnected time. B3IG3 has shown works by Rasmus Raphaëlle Östebro (SE), Sasha Panyuta (US), Hanni Kamaly (NO), Nils Ekman (SE), Johan Lundin (SE), Christopher Füllemann (CH), Pastelae (SE), Dan Brown Brønlund (DK), Magnus Håland Sunde (NO), Linda Morell (SE), Rina Eide Løvaasen (NO) and collaborated with art institutions Rogaland Kunstsenter, Gallery Extra, Entrée and RAM gallery curator Sofia Wickman (SE) and Museum Anna Nordlander (SE) and held events in Malmö (SE), Berlin (DE), Stavanger (NO), Copenhagen (DK), Skellefteå (SE) and Bergen (NO).

Andreas Knag-Danielsen (b. 1983, Bergen, Norway) work with digital media, performance art, installation and video. His art practice explores the interrelationship between the human body and technology where he raises questions about identity, the internet and representation by using an interdisciplinary approach. In the last three years he has implemented the art of drag and make-up transformations in to his work as well as working more with video and post-production using green screen, digital manipulation and social media as a space for experimentation. His art practice is constantly changing but will always be rooted in the idea of what it means to live in a human body in a post-human time, where he uses his own queer body as a starting point.

During 2015-2017 he worked for the artist-run gallery Galleri CC in Malmö (SE). In 2018 he started the performative and curatorial project  B3IG3. Selected curatorial work for Galleri CC: Jennifer Chan (CAN) ”Sea of Men”, 2-29/11 2015, Anne Guro Larsmon (NO) & Sandra Vaka Olsen (NO) ”Glass Double”, 1-24/4 2016, Lars Korff Lofthus (NO) ”TOTEMS”, 3-26/3 2017.