A range of other electronic and experimental artists will also play the London festival this month.
This year's festival sets out to examine our transition to a "post-digital age" through a series of events around London and online. For the club portion of the programme, Pantha Du Prince and Max Cooper will play live at XOYO alongside Modern Love man Andy Stott on the Friday night, and Matthew Dear will play at Hearn Street Car Park with Rex Club resident Jennifer Cardini on Saturday. The Grand Opening of the festival by night is at Rich Mix on Thursday, September 22nd, with electro-acoustic artist Jacaszek showcasing his new album, due out soon on Ghostly International, and an AV performance from Svarte Greiner of Deaf Center.
The festival will also host a screening of the Swedish film Press Pause Play, which premiered at SXSW and features Apparat and Moby. The mediums of film and art are prominent in the festival programme together with interactive exchange through open labs and workshops. There will be a symposium on post-digital culture with talks from the likes of Tom Uglow, Google's Director of Creative Labs in Europe, and the founder of CreativeApplications.net, Filip Visnjic.
Tickets to Alpha-Ville 2011 are available here on RA.