Wrong Wave 7 by NuZi Collective

Wrong Wave is an erratic festival hosted by UNIT/PITT celebrating the intersection of music, performance, visual art and publishing. Curated by NuZi Collective, the seventh instalment will feature the launch of a limited edition publication (Tue Nov 19), and a music showcase (Thu Nov 21) at 8EAST.


Free admission

Join us to celebrate the launch of WRONG WAVE BY NUZI COLLECTIVE, an art book with contributions by Nicola Awang, Amna Elnour, Marv Houngbo, Odera Igbokwe, Nanyamka Lewis, Kafiya Mudey, Betty Mulat, and Afrodykie Zoe. Design by Cora Yiu, and riso printed with Moniker Press.

Artist talk/discussion with Nanyamka Lewis (Black Art Gastown), Marv Houngbo and Amna Elnour, led by NuZi (Betty Mulat, Zam Zam).

Thu Nov 21 | Turunesh, Hampton, Negro Babushka, Venetta, Zam Zam

Sliding $10-20
Live music and performance art showcase.

About NuZi Collective

NuZi is a music collective by Betty Mulat and Zam Zam. They are dedicated to providing a platform for black women, woc and trans folks within the Vancouver electronic music scene. More info https://www.nuzi.ca/

UNIT/PITT operates out of 8EAST (8 East Pender Street) in Chinatown and the Downtown Eastside, on stolen lands belonging to the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səlil̓wətaʔɬ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations.

UNIT/PITT is grateful for the assistance of the Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, and City of Vancouver; we are particularly grateful to individual donors, volunteers, artists, and cultural workers, without whom we would be unable to continue.