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Music / November 6, 2020

AVA announce homecoming show with Max Cooper in Carlisle Church

Music / November 6, 2020

AVA announce homecoming show with Max Cooper in Carlisle Church

Words: Dylan Murphy

Max Cooper will perform in Belfast’s beautiful Carlisle Church as part of a special audio-visual performance.

Last night, Belfast-based party throwers AVA revealed that they are bringing Max Cooper to the north’s capital for a special audio-visual performance.

Following three years of hard work, the homecoming performance will come to fruition in the unique space this month.

Describing the event AVA said, “The show blends visual content across the history of our society’s obsessions with the infinite, in art, our climate, networks, faith and science, and it’s fruition in the modern data explosion.AVA has been working towards making a project with Carlisle Church for over 3 years now, and wants to thank our partners Red Bull and the Arts Council NI for the support in helping bring this together, along with Max Cooper’s team, Visual Spectrum, The Hype Factory and Third Source.”

The show is available for free on Facebook live, Youtube and on AVA’s website on Wednesday 18 November at 20.00.

Click here for the Facebook event page.

Sign up here for tickets.