Mapping Festival Geneva; 2 — 12 May 2013 ⁄ 9th Edition; Visual Audio & amp; Deviant Electronics

Created in 2005, the Mapping Festival is already at its ninth edition. Year after year, it continues to attract a broader public and to put an emphasis on the most forefront artists while introducing their work and creations built of all kinds of new and innovative technologies.

trajectoires-732x332The Mapping Festival is a multidisciplinary festival dedicated to audio-visual arts and digital cultures. As the sole broadcasting space of this magnitude in Switzerland, the festival is now also recognised internationally. Mapping Festival offers every year audio-visual performances, installations, clubbing parties, live performances, architectural mapping, as well as workshops and conferences.

Onionlab-732x332Thus, with a call for proposals that is open to all and an artistic committee composed of several employees who have been working in the field for many years, the curatorial choices aim at an edgy, diverse and curiosity-inspiring programming for both novices and professionals.

Thanks to this unique diversity aspect, the festival is recognised as a major event, a real experimental meeting space, for creation and exchange with its innovative thinking in the field of audio-visual arts.


Tickets, merchandising, bar!
“Le Commun” du Bâtiment d’art contemporain (BAC)
28 rue des Bains – 1205 Geneva
Exhibition open everyday (except Mondays) between 11am and 9pm
The bar is open between 5pm and 10pm

La Fonderie Kugler
19, av. de la Jonction – 1205 Geneva

Musée d’art et d’histoire
Rue Charles-Galland 2 – 1211 Geneva

Cinéma Spoutnik
Rue de la Coulouvrenière 11 – 1204 Geneva

Zoo / Usine
Place des Volontaires 4 – 1204 Geneva

Kalvingrad / Usine
Place des Volontaires 4 – 1204 Geneva

Atelier CENC
Rue de Saint Jean, 45 – 1203 Geneva

Bureau Culturel
Rue de Berne 63, 1201 Geneva

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I am originally from Bucharest, Romania and some of the things I enjoy are life, Art and Geneva. I arrived in Geneva almost a decade ago and after all these years, I am still very much in love with its size, its sunsets, the lake, its diversity and mix of cultures. I am passionate about Art because it allows me the freedom to imagine anything I want, there are no restrictions or mistakes. It’s a world where everything is possible. And I enjoy life because all those small things make me happy! I am in charge of the Art &Culture section and with my articles, I’ll try to show Biskotti readers Geneva’s cultural side through my eyes. Stay tuned!