Rafał Iwański to perform in New York

We are thrilled to announce that Rafał Iwański will perform at Unsound New York Labs.

As quoted from backspinpromo.com:

Unsound Festival New York will be preceded this year by a special series of events taking place Friday April 1st to Tuesday April 5th; Unsound Festival New York Labs will present a series of events, workshops and panel discussions under the banner “Labs” that explore the idea of a “Festival as a laboratory.” The concept is that a festival environment is one in which artists can explore creativity in new ways. This theme was developed by European Cities of Advanced Sound (ECAS) and will also be presented this year at CTM – Club Transmediale (Berlin, February 2011), FutureEverything (Manchester, May 2011), Todays Art (The Hague, September 2011), CYNETART (Dresden, November 2011) and others.

Collaborating with presenters like Issue Project Room, Littlefield, Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater and others, Unsound Festival New York Labs will bring underground artists like Anna Zaradny (Poland), Günter Müller (Germany), Taylor Dupree (USA), HATI (Poland), Dawid Szczesny (Poland), the New York debut of The Skull Defekts (Sweden) with Daniel Higgs (USA) and ((audience)): Cinema for the Ear, a special five-channel surround-sound program based around the theme of “Horror” with works by Demdike Stare (UK), Felix Kubin (Germany), Raime (UK) and others. Additionally, as it was last year, the Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building will be home to various related free panel discussions, also extending through into the main festival weekend.

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