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5 SEPTEMBER, MIDDAY TO MIDNIGHT

Space-Time: the Multiverse is Wysing Arts Centre’s sixth annual festival of art and music and is loosely curated around the themes of altered states and multiple identities.

All photos: Sylvain Deleu

Read The Guardian Culture magazine's review, here.
Read The Quietus' review, here.
Read Slate the Disco's review, here.
Read ArtSlant's review, here.
 

SPACE-TIME: THE MULTIVERSE

10.30pm: LoneLady
8.45pm: Klara Lewis 
7.30pm: Drill Folly
6pm: James Holden with Lucy Suggate 
4.15pm: Beatrice Dillon 
3pm: Bruce Gilbert and BAW
2pm: Rose Kallal & Mark O Pilkington 
Gallery visuals: Jesc Bunyard

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GALLERY STAGE: ALTERED STATES

11pm: Jen Allan DJ
10.15pm: Ectopia 
9pm: Ravioli Me Away
7.45pm: The Fish Police 
6.30pm: Cup 
5.15pm: Tomaga 
4pm: Joey Fourr
2.45pm: Orlando 
1.30pm: Bamboo
12.15pm: Squares and Triangles

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AMPHIS STAGE: MULTIPLE IDENTITIES

3.30pm - 8pm: The Muliversal Score curated by Electra with newly commissioned performances and screenings by: Ain Bailey, Holly Ingleton & Johnny Pavlatos / Cathy Lane / Lisa Busby / Ash Reid & Liene Rozite / France-Lise Mcgurn, Kimberley O'Neill & Cara Tolmie / Verity Susman, Sue Lynch, Artur Mvidal & Adrian Northover's new performance of Pauline Oliveros’ Saxual Orientation (1977)

Midday-2pm: Laura Buckley 

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STUDIO STAGE

9.30pm onwards: Kling Klang DJs 

2-7pm:  DKUK Salon 

2-7pm: The Marquee: Arcadia_Missa / Banner Repeater / Behind the X / Five Prawns / French Riviera / Landfill Editions / Mexico / One Thoresby Street / Open School East / OUTPOST / Primary / Rosalie Schweiker / Set the controls for the heart of the sun / School of the Damned / The Northern Charter / Ube / X Marks the Bökship

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THE MARQUEE AND OTHER SPACES

Food and drink by:

GoGO Gogi Gui / pop-up Korean canteen

The Tin Kitchen / a range of street food

The Portland Arms, Cambridge

Space-Time: The Mutiverse was conceived and curated by Wysing Director, Donna Lynas, and supported with funding from Arts Council England. Thank you to everyone who was involved with and who came to the festival this year!