As part of Fierce Festival 2012 the Holy Mountain party is being curated by Birmingham artist Harminder Judge the full line up has now been announced and i’ll be doing a Audio Visual set on the night.

Here’s the info

A psychedelic performance party which journeys into the dizzying landscape of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s 1973 cult classic Holy Mountain. Transforming the spaces of Digbeth’s Club PST, visitors can expect bodily contortion and hypnotic dance, live video installation, fire walking and bum painting

Image by Harminder Judge
Image by Harminder Judge

The line up for this event is really something special with what is sure to be an unforgettable DJ set by the mysterious Oni Ayhun, the talk of festivals across Europe.
Have a little search on Google and see if you can figure out who Oni Ayhun is!!!

You can also expect the latest tunes from New Cross’ finest, LuckyPDF… A brilliantly canny emerging artist group who will be launching their School of Global Art at Fierce. The night will be a sensory delight with audiovisuals from Chromatouch and Minuek.

Performance legend Brian Catling will present an abrasive ear-splitting intervention. There’ll be something new from rising star Eloise Fornieles, who’s last intervention at the Fierce Start Party involved her taking sleeping pills while tied to sixty odd helium balloons. Eloise will also be contributing a new work commissioned by Fierce called The Message.

Live artist/dancer Iona Kewney will be frenetically hurling her in a special version of Electric Wood scored by Joseph Quimby. While recent graduate Elenni Savvidou, will be using her body and camera to create a live visual backdrop throughout the night (see below).

Finally don’t miss Joost Nieuwenburg’s Two Surfaces in Contact comprising 6000 matches and sand-papered-soled shoes. . .

Joost Nieuwenburg

£5 advance / £7 on the door
0844 870 0000

CLUB PST 71 Lombard Street
Birmingham B12 0QU|18+ only



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