Past Present Future Space-Time Festival 2011

Saturday 10th September 2011
Bourn Wysing Arts Centre, Fox Road, (near) Bourn, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England MAP
£15 plus £10 for camping
Last updated: Mon 8th Aug 2011

Past Present Future Space-Time Festival will be taking place on Saturday 10th September from 12noon - 12midnight at Bourn Wysing Arts Centre, in Cambridgeshire.

Taking its title from Albert Einstein's theories of the fourth dimension, this year Wysing's annual music event will explore the legacy of psychedelia; from 1960s counter culture movements, to mind expansion and alternative models for living. The day-long event will include talks, discussions, screenings and family activity, as well as live music, hosted in specially created structures across Wysing's 11 acre rural site.


Invisible Polytechnic Orchestra (Junior Aspirin Records: Nathanial Mellors, Andy Cooke and Dan Fox) who will make a durational performance of Terry Riley's In C, Alexander Tucker, Ashtray Navigations, Astral Social Club, BK and Dad, Dead Rat Orchestra, Demdike Stare, Design A Wave, Diagonal, Disinformation, The Doozer, English Heretic, Man from Uranus, Maria and the Mirrors, Nochexxx, Pete Um, Preslav Literary School, Raagnagrok Allstars, Transept, Simon Scott (ex Slowdrive), 666 6 (Artists Phil Root and E Park), Time, and DJ sets from Marcus Scott (Hyperdub) and artists Andy Holden & Ed Atkins.


An all day event pass is priced at £15, with an additional night of camping the price is £25. An all day pass with return coach travel from Station Road next to Cambridge Train Station at 11.30am and returns at midnight is priced at £20. An all day pass with return coach travel from from Pancras Road next to St Pancras Station at 10am and returns at midnight is priced at £30. To buy tickets, click here.

Specially created structures will house events across Wysing's large rural site including Andy Holden's Boulder Stage, created for the first Wysing music festival last summer, Köbberling and Kaltwasser's, Amphis, and a new structure by artist Giles Round which will reinterpret constructions from architect Ken Isaacs' book How To Build Your Own Living Structures (1974). Also on site will be Constitution of the Damned, an exhibition programmed in collaboration with Electra and curated by Fatima Hellberg and Bárbara Rodríguez Muñoz.

Contributors to the event include artists Mark Essen, Hilary Koob-Sassen, Kate Owens, Damien Roach, who are currently in residence at Wysing.

There'll be more information here when available.

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