Explore immersive art in Bristol at Submerge Festival this weekend
From 18 – 20 November Submerge Festival will bring audiovisual art, live performance and electronic music to Bristol’s venues
This weekend Bristol will come alive as Submerge Festival takes over several of the city’s venues with a series of events exploring audiovisual art, live performance and electronic music.
Proceedings kick off tonight with a show at Colston Hall featuring Emmanuel Biard, Gil Delindro and Koreless, and promises to combine “Soulful electronics, laser light and mylar mirrors to hypnotic effect in an audiovisual concert which blurs the lines between sound, light and visual art.”
Across the weekend there will also be a chance to take in immersive installations and unique performances from the likes of Adam Basanta, Fis and FK Alexander, Daniel Oliver, Cuts, Circa 69 and loads more.
Venues range from more traditional spaces like the well-established confines Colston Hall to the Church of St Thomas the Martyr, the recently resurrected Loco Klub in the bowels of Bristol Temple Meads and a disused Coroner’s Court hidden behind the city’s thriving nightlife hub – Stokes Croft.
For a more comprehensive look at the events, and to grab tickets, check out Submerge Festival’s official website.