Sunday 6th March
Supersonic Kids Gig w/ Lia Mice
3pm - The Ballroom
Electronic musician & instrument maker Lia Mice will perform experimental techno-pop on her self-designed instrument ‘Chaos Bells’ as part of this year's Deliaphonic celebrations.
Journey to Nutopia
4.30pm - Room 2
Age guideline: 14+ years (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
JOURNEY TO NUTOPIA is a conversation about positive future narratives that refute the inevitability of global dystopia. We're not giving up on this world just yet - as poet Salena Godden and author John Higgs both declare -
PESSIMISM IS FOR LIGHTWEIGHTS .
Poetry performance from Salena Godden and comedy from Andrew O'Neill.
The panel line up is John Higgs, Salena Godden, Michelle Olley (chair), and Richard Norris
The Oram Awards
7pm - The Ballroom
Celebrating the work and voices of women, girls and gender minority music creators in electronic music.
The Oram Awards present:
NikNak - performing live turntablism improvisation using her own field recordings
Lia Mice - experimental electronic AV set fuses immersive soundscapes with experimental techno-pop, accompanied by her latest large sculptural instrument Chaos Bells
Venus Ex Machina - a composer and interdisciplinary artist with a background in mathematics. Expect abstract & haunting electronic soundscapes
Aja Ireland - sound and performance artist making deconstructed club and industrial techno. The new live performances reveal a new, vulnerable transformation of the performer; shedding make-up and costumes and bringing a brand-new digital collaboration.