Noise of Art

Noise of Art brings new UFO show to Latitude Festival

by on Jun.25, 2010, under music, performance art

Inspired by the 30th Anniversary of the UK’s most famous UFO incident at RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk in 1980, we’ve joined forces with Town Hall Galleries, Ipswich, to launch a spectacular immersive club event at Latitude on Friday 16 July.

Noise of Art’s new show, UFO: Rendlesham Incident, has a peak-time slot from midnight – 3am, where we’ll be bring some of London’s finest club acts and DJs to the festival’s Music and Film Arena on its opening night.

Expect a 360-degree performance of cosmic disco, surround visuals, space freaks and interactive performers. A one-off live cosmic super-group featuring My Toys Like Me, The 9000, We Are KAN’T and critically acclaimed DJs Severino and Ben Osborne will all be providing the interstellar soundtrack.

The event will be followed by an Alien Art Hunt at Latitude Festival on the Saturday and Sunday, featuring real artworks for finders to take home. Look out for details of the high profile and up and coming artists involved, and where the hunts will be. If in doubt, ask an alien.

More info to follow here on noiseofart.org soon…

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1 Comment for this entry

  • peenie man

    hi,
    had read about this project and would like to alert any of your dj’s to a piece of music by an act from ireland that i reckon ranks with any space/extra terrestrial themed tune and may suit your performance as perhaps an opener or theme.
    i could possibly provide a video of same if organisers were impressed
    if you want a hard copy,i think it may be difficult to track down,please email me.
    track streams here[as in above site] act are Cane141,one of the musical projects of critically regarded galway based musician/composer michael smalle.it’s called “real spacemen never walk anywhere”
    enjoy
    pn

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