£15 – £25

Music Festival - Opaque Poetics

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Wysing Arts Centre

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Opaque Poetics
2 September , 1pm to 1am
Curated by Nkisi

Angel-Ho / Abyss X / clubcouture with special guests / Felix Lee / John T. Gast / Kamixlo / Klein / Naee Roberts / Nídia / patten / Petit Singe / Sarah Badr / terribilis / Tribe of Colin / Venus X Machina / plus more...

Opaque Poetics is the eighth art and music festival to be held at Wysing Arts Centre and this year it is curated by artist, music producer and DJ, Nkisi.

The precisely curated lineup of some of the most influential and exciting international artists, musicians and producers of their generation touches on genres including ambient, techno, industrial and soul. Each act has been given space on the programme to create immersive and intense soundscapes that will take the audience on a journey across twelve hours.

Nkisi - Melika Ngombe Kolongo – is a founding member of NON, a collective of African artists, and of the diaspora, who use sound as their primary media, to articulate the visible and invisible structures that create binaries in society, and in turn distribute power.

Early bird tickets are on sale until midnight on 30 June after which the price will increase by £10 per ticket.

“That is to say that exclusion is the rule in binary practice (either/or), whereas poetics aims for the space of difference—not exclusion but, rather, where difference is realized in going beyond.” Édouard Glissant, Poetics of Relations

There will be no refunds to tickets once purchased. Children under 13 are admitted free of charge. Line-up subject to change.

Wysing Arts Centre
Fox Road, nr Bourn,
Cambridge, CB23 2TX

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