The festival will take place in a former power station in the Russian capital.
Scheduled to run from February 20th through 27th, the new festival is a project from V-A-C Foundation, an organisation "dedicated to the international presentation, production and development of Russian contemporary art." Geometry Of Now is launching V-A-C Foundation's new headquarters in the GES-2 building in Moscow's Red October district. It's a former power station constructed in 1907. Fell was enlisted to program artists to create installations in the building along with interdisciplinary lectures and workshops centred on sound studies.
There is currently no information as to which artists are involved in performances, installations or workshops, but a list of names has been released. Two of the 20th century's most significant electronic music composers, Laurie Spiegel and Éliane Radigue, appear on the bill alongside artists loosely affiliated with dance music, such as Equiknoxx , Jlin, RP Boo, DJ Sprinkles, Anthony 'Shake' Shakir, Ripatti AKA Vladislav Delay and Mumdance. Other key bookings include dub masters Lee 'Scratch' Perry and Adrian Sherwood, plus Oren Ambarchi, Stephen O'Malley, Editions Mego head Pita, Keith Fullerton Whitman, Errorsmith and Inga Copeland.