Summer events in various regions will continue to explore the themes of “dislocation, center and periphery.”
In anticipation of Unsound Kraków 2017, the experimental music festival will host five events between May and September that will further explore the themes of “dislocation, center and periphery.” The five mini-festivals will be held in collaboration with Goethe-Institut in cities across Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan. According to Unsound, these various locations have been chosen in an effort to expand the organization’s networks and to curate collaborative projects that tie together relatively isolated regions.
Check out the event dates below, and gear up for Unsound Kraków 2017 by watching a short interview with the festival’s directors, Mat Schulz and Malgorzata Plysa.
Minsk, Belarus: May 19 – 21
Almaty, Kazakhstan: May 27 – 28
Murmansk, Russia: August 25 – 26
L’viv, Ukraine: September 1 – 2
Kazan, Russia: September 8 – 9