A---Z and IKLECTIK- Always Coming Home | Part 1
Considered as a small A—-Z festival, this all-day event revolved around speculative landscapes from the synthetic to the sensual and otherworldly. Mainly AV Sets and live performances will explore embodied practices through sound and visual sensories, and the acts will expand on affective elements shared together. Always Coming Home is a “title-hommage” to the 1985 science fiction novel by Ursula K. Le Guin. Its written style alternate a narration, pseudo-textbook and pseudo-anthropologist’s record. It describes the life and society of the Kesh people, a cultural group who live in the distant future long after modern society has collapsed.