Electric Circuits, Kingston’s festival of cutting-edge electronic music, performance and digital art will be live and in-person at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre for two nights: Friday, December 9 and Saturday, December 10 from 8 pm to 12 am.
Advance tickets for both nights are available for purchase online from Eventbrite here.
This year, the first night’s headliner is electronic heavyweight Sara Simms, animated by VJ VBR and Indigenous VJ Kay Chan. Included in the evening is a live circus arts peformance and a healing Tibetan bowl experience. An ambient room will be the secondary space, allowing you to regroup and mellow out: this room will be animated by Goldeneyes, who is also DJing, and includes a set from local Kingston artist FastFast.
Night Two of Electric Circuits will include a performance from Berlin-Toronto digital art collective Nullsight, presented by digital artist Ali Phi. Headliner electronic artist is Wiyé.nox, from Vancouver, who hails from the Kwantlen First Nation in British Columbia. Other artists include Sara Scruton, Jim Roditis and local artist Mat Almeida, with experimental video artist Annie Socoria. A surprise performance will take place during the night, and Montreal sound artist Jeremy Young will perform as a duo, bringing an eclectic and phenomenal live soundscape in the festival’s second room.