For this year’s edition, No Bounds festival in Sheffield has commissioned Mark Fell and Pedro Rocha to curate a day of performances at Kelham Island Museum. The resulting programme, named Tactical Contact, will include collaborations between Goat & Collectif Nominoë, Rian Treanor & Jan Hendrikse, Okkyung Lee & Liz Kosack, and Nakul Krishnamurty & Ryoko Akama; plus, a performance installation by Angharad Williams & Other Words For Anger Collective, a light and sound performance by Caty Olive & Ellen Arkbro, Antonija Livingstone dancing with a working steam engine, Sote & Sandro Mussida, Will Guthrie, Sofia Jernberg, and Alex Mclean with New Noveta.
Another festival partnership, No Bounds and Site Gallery, commissioned a new AV sound installation called The Skin Of Time by Melika Ngombe Kolongo aka Nkisi. Other confirmed artists include Aurora Halal, Caterina Barbieri & Ruben Spini, Clara!, dBridge, Deadbeat UK, Graham Dunning, JASSS, Juan Atkins, Lanark Artefax, Lee Gamble, Memory Dance, rRoxymore B2B Violet, Shannen SP, SHYGIRL, Zed Bias, Ziúr and ZULI, plus The Wire contributors Joe Muggs and Ifeoluwa hosting talks, a film programme and the usual No Bounds rave at Hope Works on Friday and Saturday night
No Bounds runs from 11–13 October. Full line-up can be found on their website and tickets are available from Resident Advisor.