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SATURDAY 2 JULY, 12 NOON -11PM
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A fully acoustic art and music festival that explores the sonic potential of the voice, instruments and objects.

"One of the UK's most tightly curated festivals" The Wire, 2015

"The Quietus have been regulars on the coach to-and-from the Cambridgeshire countryside for Wysing's festival over the past few years. We're thrilled to be increasing our participation in 2016 by partnering one of the best arts events in the calendar." The Quietus, media partners for Wysing Polyphonic

WYSING POLYPHONIC

10pm / Evan Parker

8.45pm / Jennifer Walshe and Tomomi Adachi

7.30pm / David Toop with Sylvia Hallett, Elaine Mitchener & Roger Turner 

6.15pm / Laura Cannell

5pm / Barnaby Brown

4pm / Sam Belinfante with Elaine Mitchener & Musarc

2.45pm / Jenny Moore with Simon Clark, Andrew Kershaw, Ela Barczewski, Sophie Mallet, Sophie Ramsay, Fay Nicholson, Rachel Horwood, Heloise Tunstall-Behrens, Raimond Wong, Kate Bones, Mario D'Agostino and Rosalie Schweiker

1.45pm / Adam Bohman

12.30pm / Pierre Berthet

GALLERY

10.15pm / Richard Dawson

9pm / Adam Christensen

7.30pm / Rachel Benson, Crispin Best, Megan Nolan, Linda Stupart

6.30pm / Secluded Bronte with Andy Holden

5.15pm / O Yama O

4.15pm / Paul Purgas

3.15pm / Larry Achiampong and David Blandy

2.15pm / Laura O'Neill and Natalie Price Hafslund

1pm / Florence Peake


 

AMPHIS

In Reception
6pm
 / Sam Belinfante and Musarc perform 'Tape Music' by Lin Chi-Wei
4.30pm / Emma Smith and the Whistling Orchestra

In the Courtyard
7pm
 / Keef Winter and Steve Ennis
3pm / Pierre Berthet performs 'Galileo' by Tom Johnson

In the Studio Stage
5.15-6.15pm
 / Primary artists Frank Abbott, Bruce Asbestos, Wayne Burrows, Rebecca Lee, Alison Lloyd and Reactor come together in a variety of combinations to explore the lines between sound and language, sense and non-sense. Spoken and sung performances will include the Scratch Orchestra’s Georgina Cries, a forgetful cowboy, a live version of Reactor's Peeza Peel and an interpretation of songs from Alfred Jarry's Ubu Cocu.
2-3pm / Barnaby Brown in-conversation


 

AROUND THE SITE

In the Greenhouse
2-6pm / French Riviera consider ideas of post urban living with live performances that contemplate the place of the artist in a contemporary society that increasingly homogenises creativity, alternative living and the creation of a future utopia. Performers include Das Hund, Euan Hinshelwood, Ellen Mara De Watcher and Lucy Woodhouse. Plus a communal poetry performance created from an open call. 

In the Woods
1-6pm
 / OUTPOST presents 'The Temporary Research Centre for Myths, Stories, Tales and Fables', exploring the nature and themes of stories and how they are remembered, told, and passed on. Festival goers are invited to join the artists in their research hub and, with the help of props and toys, regale their own stories and anecdotes of folklore and mystery. Each story will be gathered into the artists growing research collection.

More to be added. All stage times and running orders subject to change

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AROUND THE SITE