Splice Festival

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SPLICE FESTIVAL, the UK’s only dedicated live audiovisual arts festival will open in London this summer, 3rd - 5th June. The brand new event brings together a host of incredibly diverse artists from around the globe for a three-day feast of live cinema, audio/video remixing and visual music from both established and emerging talent with performances, workshops, talks and networking events.

Boasting a live AV performance by Cassetteboy as headline act, the festival programme also includes a special DJ set by Plaid (Warp Records), a live AV remix set from Addictive TV, abstract visual electronica from Sculpture, bass heavy electro AV from Germany’s award-winning Incite, video turntablism from Solid Steel’s DJ Cheeba, live cinema from The Light Surgeons, French analogue wizards Bunq & Eb, plus music from Mixmaster Morris and Mexico’s Incognito Traveller (BBE records), and many more.

Supported by the Arts Council England and the EU’s Creative Europe programme, SPLICE is the UK branch of the wider cultural project AV Node, linking 13 similar art and technology festivals across Europe, supporting and developing the fields of live video performance.

Tickets range from £5 - £12.50 and are available to purchase directly through the SPLICE Festival website. All workshops and talks are free.

Friday 3rd June, 7pm -1am.
Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA.

Live Music, Live AV Performances, VJ

Saturday 4th June, 7pm-2am.
Shapes, 117 Wallis Rd, London E9 5LN.

Live Cinema, Live AV Performance, VJ, DJ, Screening
Line-up: Plaid, The Light Surgeons, DJ Cheeba, Bunq & Eb, D-Fuse, Pavel Karafiát, about:blank™, Liam Roberts, Mark Pilkington, Fonosträbico.

Sunday 5th June, 2:30pm-9pm.
I’Klectik Art Lab : 20 Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LG.

Live AV Performances, VJ, DJ
Line-up: Mixmaster Morris, Overlap, Magnetic Foragers, Studio Asyzk, Merkaba Macabre, Brendan Clarke, Joe Catchpole and Pete ElasticEye.

Artists hosting talks and workshops include: Coldcut’s Matt Black, Matt Sharp, Zach Walker, Julien Vulliet, Mangosh Prunier, Nuno Correia, Walkabout Projection, Zak Norman and more.