After a three year hiatus, Amsterdam’s FIBER Festival will return May 15 and 16 with The Subterranean, which aims to act as a meeting point for creators and admirers of audiovisual art, digital design and electronic music. With the theme “The Subterranean: Exploring Networked Tools and Matter”, FIBER will investigate the use of digital tools with which automatic technologies and alternative networks are made and manipulated. The festival takes place at two key venues; A Lab (symposium, meet-up, and exhibition) and the industrial club venue RADION (performances and club nights), with RADION featuring AV and music performances by Felix K, London Modular Alliance, John Osborn, and Neel, among others. Also offered are interesting speakers and day courses including workshops on how to build a radio station and use as a data transmitting station, designing entities in an online world, and projecting visual worlds on human bodies.

For more information, including the complete program and tickets, head to the FIBER Festival event page here.