After a first round of confirmations in which names like Mika Vainio, Kuedo or Old Apparatus stood out, the Laboratorio de Electrónica Visual (L.E.V.- Laboratory of Visual Electronic) adds new and powerful assets to its event for 2012. Those attending the festival will have the opportunity to enjoy the disjointed abstractions of the ever-attractive Prefuse 73, the alkaloid mistiness of Holy Other, the machine-like obscurantist evolutions of Asturians Fasenuova, and the majestic audiovisual creations of Ryoichi Kurokawa. A great deal of variety, but especially of quality in all of their proposals, shows that we are looking at one of our country’s most coherent, exquisitely-organised festivals. So there are plenty of reasons to head to Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura, in Gijón, on April 27th and 28th. Tickets will be on sale soon, so keep an eye out on the L.E.V. website.