The latest artists are announced for Unsound's Dislocation edition this October, as individual tickets go on sale
More artists have been announced for this year's Unsound Krakow. Amongst those announced, Demdike Stare are set to return to the weeklong event as “part of a post-Brexit focus on UK artists at the festival” according to the press release. Also engaging with this theme is a new site-specific project from duo Emptyset which will feature “self-made instruments, projections and light” and, as previously announced, Felicita working with the newly confirm Polish traditional dance outfit Śląsk Song and Dance Ensemble. Other premieres come from Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein performing works from their score to the Stranger Things TV series and Bill Kouligas collaborating with Amnesia Scanner. Death Grips will also be making an appearance as part of their European tour and The Wire's Editor Derek Walmsley will host talks.
Unsound Krakow takes place 16–23 October. Weekend tickets have now sold out but individual tickets are still available via their website. You can read Unsound founder Mat Schulz's article on the fallout of Brexit's breakaway victory in In Writing.