Space-Time: The Future, Wysing Arts Centre’s fifth annual festival of art and music Saturday 30 August, 12 noon-12 midnight

Space-Time: The Future, Wysing Arts Centre’s fifth annual festival of art and music Saturday 30 August, 12 noon-12 midnight
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Keren Cytter and Maria and the Mirrors perform Vociferous, at Space-Time: Convention-T, 2013. Photo Mike Cameron, Courtesy Wysing.

Keren Cytter and Maria and the Mirrors perform Vociferous, at Space-Time: Convention-T, 2013. Photo Mike Cameron, Courtesy Wysing.

Space-Time: The Future is Wysing Arts Centre’s fifth annual festival of art and music. For the first time it will focus primarily women in experimental and electronic music and art, or bands fronted by women. The festival will include twelve hours of live music, performance and screenings across three indoor stages alongside a covered stalls area, presenting artists’ editions, music merchandise and publications.
Space-Time: The Future aims to be a celebration of some of the incredible live output that sits at the intersection of art and music being made by women artists and musicians today. Performance will range from spoken word and improvised sound through to jazzy post-punk, classic house, electro and techno. With live performances from:
Nik Colk Void, Hannah Sawtell, Karen Gwyer, Lucy Railton, Sue Tompkins, Yola Fatoush, Woolf, Trash Kit, Ravioli Me Away, The Fucks, Holly Rumble, part wild horses mane on both sides, Lucy Woodhouse, Jenny Moore
Additional names will be announced. Also contributing to a screening programme will be Bonnie Camplin, Rachel Maclean and The Gluts (Gina Birch, Kaffe Matthews and Hayley Newman).
Each artist’s name is hyperlinked to their websites and/or sound files 

Nik Colk Void is one third of London based electronic noise trio Factory Floor.
Hannah Sawtell works with video, digital image, sculptural installation, printed matter, industrial design and noise.
Karen Gwyer is a sublime electronic artist and part of the Opal Tapes family. A US-born Londoner, Gwyer has a small bunch of releases on both Opal Tapes and No Pain In Pop.
Lucy Railton is a cellist, contemporary music champion and co-director of the London Contemporary Music Festival.
Sue Tompkins is an artist who, through her typed and spoken works, re-presents snatches of material gleaned from the everyday, distorting meaning by metering their arrangement and delivery. She was in the influential band Life Without Buildings who’s album Any Other City, 2001 has recently been re-issued to much acclaim.
Yola Fatoush (Ruth Angel Edwards and Kit Mason) play skittering beats with perky pop-garage sub-bass with disparate threads from R&B, garage/2-step, house and Shangaan electro.
Ravioli Me Away (Sian Dorrer, Rosie Ridgway and Alice Theobald) are a jazzy, post-pop-punk, hip-funk outfit with a stylistic theme spanning all past, present and future human cultures and subcultures.
Trash Kit (Rachel Aggs, Rachel Horwood and Ros Murray) are a gang of face-painted flag-bearers who have a wild feel for melody and a heartfelt kick inside each song.
Woolf play dissonant punk, inept proto hardcore and psycho noise-pop and deal with issues as relevant as having fun, forest witchery and queer love.
The Fucks are astounding front-woman Jemma Freeman (also Landshapes) and George Lionel Barker who formed at art school in Kingston-Upon-Thames.
Holly Rumble is a Norwich based sound artist, most recently working with birdsong.
part wild horses mane on both sides are Manchester-based ritualistic improvisers and sound artists Kelly Jayne Jones and Pascal Nichols
Lucy Woodhouse is a visual and sound artist interested in the impact of the internet and Smart devices on human encounters.
Jenny Moore is a Canadian-born London-based artist and musician making performances for voices, xylophones, organs, electric guitars, flags, and cowbells.

WYSING ARTS CENTRE develops new ways to support artists and enables art and ideas to engage a wide range of people in unexpected ways. Wysing’s large rural site near Cambridge comprises artists’ studios, education and new media facilities, a gallery and project spaces, a 17th century farmhouse and outdoor sculptures and structures. Wysing offers a unique environment for art to be developed and presented; with an ongoing and innovative artistic programme of events, exhibitions, retreats and residencies; and a unique programme for young artists.

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