EVTV presents: DIVEBAR at the EDGE of the WORMHOLE

Saturday 10th, 8-2am, 1st and 2nd Floor

EVTV presents ▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶
▶▶ DIVEBAR at the EDGE of the WORMHOLE
▶▶▶▶▶ An Exquisite Vogon Summer Special Performance. Enhancing Performances and a Cocktail Warp Party with Future Grotesque Installation and Expo across a Double Space-Time Continuum (two Floors!)

▶▶ Why limit oneself to a single shot of Future Grotesque when you can guzzle down a double hi-dose shot on the rocks?

▶▶ The Divebar is a pitstop for travellers preparing to jump into the Wormhole — what’s on the other side? Is it Season 2 of EVTV? Nobody is certain — But there’s platters of exotic matte and pan-galactic cocktails galore at the Divebar for sure ▶▶▶▶

A sprawling warp dive over two floors featuring eco-immersive installations, apocalypto-noise, high octane verbiage and the very finest in Futuré Grotesqueé…

Prep your gut flora, for the, Divébar, at the Edgé, of the Wormholé…

▶▶ Bruno Wizard

▶▶ DJ Spacer Woman

▶▶ Recsund

▶▶ Nnja Riot

▶▶ Guilhall Military Orkestra < Liam Noonan // Lewis Evans >

▶▶ Lu Ma Oi

▶▶ Tex Royale

▶▶ Felt Sounds

▶▶ Erosamon

▶▶ Andrew Sunderland

▶▶ Ting Tong Chang

▶▶ Scrabulous Anomaly <Alexis Milne>

▶▶ Daniel Shanken

Poster credit: Tex Royale
▶▶ Exquisite Vogon Television ▶▶ A rambunctious vehicle for solo performance projects, pushing a post-apocalyptic, low-fi, sci-fi aesthetic within immersive video installations. ‘Vogon’ refers to the hostile and generally bad tempered alien race who demolished earth for an intergalactic highway in Douglas Adams’ surreal sci-fi novel, TV series and film, Hitchhikers Guide to The Galaxy. The Vogons were infamous for bureaucracy and torturing their enemies by reciting their poetry, considered to be the third worst in the known universe. ▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶

▶▶ EVTV has arisen from the rubble trauma void left by The Cult Of Rammellzee, who in 2016 escaped sub-cultural paralysis and entered next level major nasal groove status, after producing an epic series of large scale broken down Hip Hop rituals, seen in full transit at The Saatchi Gallery, The Barbican Centre, Somerset House, Gasworks Gallery, Modern Art Oxford, Panke Culture in Berlin, Locatie Z in the Hague, International film Festival Rotterdam and Spill Festival of Performance between 2011-16.