Unconscious Archives Festival

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Unconscious Archives Festival

  • 24 Sep 2017 — 30 Sep 2017

Unconscious Archives Festival explores materiality and embodied liveness across sound art and electronic music, experimental new media and audiovisual art, through three live events to complement the onsite exhibition Emotion + the Tech (no) body at the ACF, altogether showcasing over thirty international artists with a special focus on Austrian artists.  

Compositional Constructs
Sunday 24 September, 7.30pm, Cafe Oto

A live event showcasing the vibrant systems of artist-made technology and performance interventions. Featuring Myriam Bleau (CA), Mariska de Groot (NL), Leafcutter John (UK), and Dawid Liftinger (AT).


Haptic Somatic
Thursday 28 September, 9pm – 2am, Corsica Studios

An enlivened club night featuring artists working with electronic music as medium including Ziúr live (DE) pre-launch for her new album out on Planet Mu, Ewa Justka (PL / UK), Alex McLean (UK), Phantom Chips (AU / UK), Spatial (UK), Laurie Tompkins (UK), Marta Forsberg (SE), and Billy Roisz & dieb13 (AT). 

Alongside the music acts, Austrian dancer and choreographer Iris Julian will perform 'the in/visible performance'. This continues a series of interventions in public spaces that scrutinize the borderline seperating everyday movements from choreographer. Find out more here.



Saturday 30 September, 7pm, Close-Up Film Centre

An evening of live film, digital art and performative actions exploring de / construction of narrative. Featuring Against Cinema by James Holcombe & Secluded Bronte (UK), 30 / 09 / 2017 Close-Up Cinema, London by Esperanza Collodo (ES), Owed to Bussa by Foxy Moron (UK), and abcdefghijklmnopqrst uvwxyz by Jörg Piringer (AT). Plus artist Q&As.   


Full festival programme: ua2017.unconscious-archives.org

This festival is supported by the BKA (Austrian Federal Chancellery)

Myriam Bleau, soft Revolvers, photo by Severin Smith

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