MIRA’s next edition, which will be held from 6 to November 15, announces a quarter of their artists. Factory Floor will bring their unique vision of post punk, Max Cooper will present, accompanied by visuals, their first LP, Human (Fields, 2013), and MIRA’s commitment with the Old School style will come through Luke Vibert.

After more than a decade playing on the main cabins of the world, Oscar Mulero allies with the art collective Fium to create Biolive, an audiovisual show full of textures presented for the first time in Barcelona. The visual artist Oliver Jennings will present his unique blend of nature and technology, and the Dutch label Rush Hour will present part of their project with three of their artists: Hunee, Young Marco & Antal, one of the label founders.

Grégory Lasserre & Anais met den Ancxt will present Metamorphy, an organic and interactive installation that mixes the viewer reflection. Ralp and Device will present HYPERLINE, an audiovisual project that links Ralp’s music and the visual world of the animation studio Device.

Sunny Graves, Guatemalan resident in Barcelona, ​​will deploy his narcotic electronic artillery. Finally, the Italian designer Nicola Gastaldi will present The Cave, an installation with mapping techniques which explores the ways in which perspective can be seen.

These confirmations represent the first quarter of 2014 MIRA line up.


Early Bird tickets

MIRA, Live Visual Arts Festival is selling a limited number of tickets at a 35 euros reduced price until 21st July, which give you access to all the shows held at Fabra i Coats, Razzmatazz, on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th November.

Early Bird tickets available here.