The tenth anniversary of The Laboratory of Visual Electronics (L.E.V.) will take place in Gijón from April 30 to May 2 and will occupy different venues of the Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura (Laboral City of Culture) and Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens. Focusing on audio-visual creation, L.E.V. will host some of the most interesting and forward-thinking artists in the experimental realm, including Monolake, Rober Lippok, Ametsub, Myriam Bleau, Paul Jebenasam & Tarik Barri, Heroaki Umeda and Sunny Graves.

Just last week, L.E.V Festival announced the second batch of artists that are slated to join this alignment of impressive audio and visual pioneers. The new additions to this lineup include Dasha Rush, Pole, Komatssu, Robert Henke, Jacques Gaspard Biberkopf, Biosphere, Datassette, and audio-visual performances from Yro & Sati, Herman Kolgen, and more.

With the goal of creating “an eclectic overview of the broad spectrum of branches that link to electronic music and visual arts,” L.E.V is cutting-edge event that features profound artists that have dedicated themselves to crafting wildly unique and stimulating performances that have consistently left its audiences awe-struck and artistically enlightened for the past decade.

For more information, including tickets and lineup, head here.