June 15, 2012
To celebrate this years Latitude Festival we have compiled a playlist from our favourite artists who will be playing at the event:
Latitude Festival will be held at Henham Park, Southwold in Suffolk from Thursday the 12th to Sunday the 15th of July.
This is the seventh year of the multi-arts festival and Neon are looking forward to seeing many of the festivals headline music acts such as Bon Iver, Bat For Lashes, comedian Reginald D Hunter as well as taking in some performances from the National Theatre and Sadler’s Wells.
There have also been some new recent additions to the festival: Chilly Gonzales, Van Dyke Parks and Britten Sinfonia, Demdike Stare, Revere, Deap Vally, Splashh, Mick Flannery, The Staves, Twin Shadow, Mark Lamarr’s God’s Jukebox presents – Wanda Jackson, Gizzelle and The Delegators & Big Boss Man.
New arts additions to the bill include: BAFTA, The Gate, Canon Giles Fraser, Mark Ravenhill, Julien Temple, and The Wellcome Trust, Penny Arcade, Sadler’s Wells present The Wah! Wah! Girls, David O’Doherty.
August 11, 2011
For the second year, jotta have collaborated with Fallon Films to bring new pieces of work from the jotta community of emerging artists and designers to 2011’s Latitude Festival.
A ground-breaking water technique produces a giant hyper-holographic 3D moving-image display floating above the lakes at the centre of the festival, where short films and animations by jotta artists were shown in truly unique surroundings.
Twelve contributing artists and designers took part in the stunning array of surreal moving image pieces onto water projections.
For this year’s water projection show, the artists were asked explore the notion of ‘synergy’: two or more things functioning together to produce a result not independently obtainable. The 12 contributing artists and designers have each responded to this starting stimulus with an incredible array of beautiful, ethereal, strange and down-right trippy moving image pieces, which will be occupying the sky and reflected from the lake this weekend.
Daniel Swan, Eric Schockmel, Rafael Pavon, Ian Marshall, Joel Somerfield, Kee, Kristina Cranfield, Paul Ferragut, Pimeriko, Sally Stevens, Sarah Hibbert, Sarah Culross