Scheduled to take place in Northern Spain between 8-11 September, WOS Festival complete their already stellar lineup with the addition of Rafael Anton Irisarri & Florence To, Holy Other & Pedro Maia, Carmen Villain, Aquarian & Sougwen Chung, Grand River & Marco Ciceri, Coby Sey, Mad Miran and Ulla Strauss.
Hosted in 12 cultural venues nestled within Santiago de Compostela, WOS Festival x SON Estrella Galicia presents a blistering experimental lineup for its sixth edition, spanning immersive A/V live shows, conferences and cinema screenings from a wave of international artists that are at the pinnacle of their art forms.
Highlights include an A/V performance from Holy Other in collaboration with Portuguese visual artist Pedro Maia, visualising Holy Other’s new album ‘Lieve‘. Rafael Anton Irisarri (aka The Sight Below) is joined by visual artist Florence To, to present the debut performance of ATAARPHONOAK, an A/V show exploring the manifestation of solar particles entering the Earth’s atmosphere.
Additional highlights include aya working together with filmmaker and visual artist Sweatmother, presenting an A/V work that establishes stories of unrecognised communities, voices and bodies. Berlin-based producer Aquarian presents Quroboros, a piece with a fine balance between experimentation and dance, accompanied by images by the Chinese visual artist Sougwen Chung.
Already announced artists include; Aho Ssan & KMRU, Alicia Carrera, Blackhaine, Caterina Barbieri, Huerco S., Prison Religion, Pan•American, Sofie Birch, Upsammy, Yugen Kala, Zbiegnew Chojnackl. Ahead of WOS Festival, listen back to IA MIX 250 Huerco S.
WOS Festival tickets are on sale now, priced €50 (Weekend Pass) and €60 (Long Weekend Pass).