Building The Noisily Stage

Noisily is built upon a core foundation of values and an interminable ethos which outlines the way we want the festival to positively affect all those involved. From the litter pickers and chippies, through artist liaison and boutique camping suppliers, all the way to the management and guests, the evolution of Noisily revolves around these […]

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Art Case Study: Rebirth

Having met during their studies in London, Mandin is a collective of 6 international designers with a rich history in designing psychedelic art across the world. In the team’s own words, “Contributing to Noisily 2017 has been by far our favourite festival experience together. It was a great learning experience working on site with other loving and committed […]

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2017 Art Case Study – Trip To The Moon

Artist name Emily Meacock Fryer Email address Emilymeacockfryer@gmail.com Contributors names and roles Emily Meacock Fryer artist (mother), Raffaella Fryer Moreira (daughter) and Stefano Terranova were responsible for the visual content and the projections. Mark Pace provided transport,  logistics and site support. Concept of the piece In 1969 the first rocket lifted mankind off the earth’s […]

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Yaksha – 2017 Noisily Art Piece (A Case Study)

Art is an integral and essential part of making Noisily what it is, and it goes far beyond the cosmetic aesthetic of the festival, running through the core of everything we consider and create. From the musical programming and weekend’s flow, through the healing area and traders, all the way down to the way we […]

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2018 Arts Applications are now OPEN

Art is one of the pillars of Noisily, and in our art Director Ruth Herbert we have a creative mind whose dedication is surpassed only by its genius, and since her arrival at Noisily a few years ago the aesthetic of the festival has eclipsed all expectations. Last year the bar was raised again, and […]

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Art at Noisily : Michael Davis, Dynamic, Interactive, Multi-Sensory

Michael Davis is a multi-disciplinary artist, creating sound, rhythm and three dimensional forms, and has spent several years working to create large scale interactive sonic installations. His work engages with the public through touring interactive installations. “My work challenges the mental barriers I have observed through my fifteen years of facilitating participatory music that people […]

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Art at Noisily : Zarah Hussain, Islamic Art meets 3D Mapping

Lose yourself in the mesmerising, shifting patterns of Zarah Hussain’s sculptural installation Numina – a piece that takes the artform of Islamic geometry and adds a whole new dimension to it. Blurring the boundaries between science and spirituality, Islamic geometry is traditionally drawn by hand with a ruler and pen, using mathematics that celebrate the […]

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Final call for Artists! Feb 1st Deadline for Applications!

Calling all artists, creators, dream weavers, pilgrims, bon viveurs and voyeuristic manufacturers of kinaesthesia. We need you, and we need you NOW! We have had an incredible number of applications to bring weird, wonderful, and frankly a few insane pieces of art, both static and interactive, to Noisily this summer. But there is always room […]

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5 Art Installations at Noisily, get inspired…

1 – The Liquid Stage Probably the most obvious choice, and definitely the biggest piece of art on site. The Liquid Stage arrived at Noisily in 2014 after a brief hiatus from the UK festival circuit, having been a powerhouse at the earlier Glades. In many ways the Liquid Stage and Liquid Records itself represent […]

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