“When it comes to mega multimedia events, DJ Ben Osborne and his Noise of Art Collective are all over it.” (Kate Hutchinson,Time Out)
“Noise of Art is dizzyingly comprehensive.” Flavourpill
“You’re unlikely to attend another event in London like this, so our advice is to get your ticket sharpish.” DJ Magazine
Launched in 2006 with series of high profile events across London, Noise of Art is an independent collective that celebrates the convergence of music and the arts brought about by the digital age. There are Noise of Art events throughout the year in different venues and countries.
Our cross platform art projects involve leading international electronic musicians and artists, including: Booka Shade, Laurent Garnier, Peter Kruder, Si Begg, I:Cube, Coldcut, Sebastian (Ed Banger), Xpress 2, Vector Lovers, Autokratz, Blatta and Inesha, Spektrum, Cagedbaby, Sebastian Tellier, My Toys Like Me, DJ Mehdi, A Human, Noblesse Oblige, Man Like Me, Lighthouses, Justin Robertson, Ashley Beedle, Diesel, Les Hommes Du Train, Chris Coco, Mark Moore, Faze Action, Severino, Serge Santiago, Product 01, A Man Called Adam, Orka, Kavinsky, Scottee, Nathan Fake, Krazy Baldhead, Fred Deakin / Lemon jelly, HK 119, Uffie, Budem, DJ T, Thomas Schumacher, DJ Feadz, Overlap, A1 People, Simon Rigg, Crazy Girl, Namke Communications, Troubleshooter, The 9000, Fujiya Miyagi and NOA founder Ben Osborne.
Noise of Art events have been staged at prestigious and unusual venues such as The Tate, BFI, The Roundhouse, Big Chill Festival, Latitude Festival, Spot Festival, The Great Escape, Ether Festival, Royal Festival Hall, Village Underground, Battersea Park, Brighton Festival, the Dome, Southbank Centre, The National Film Theatre, Edinburgh Corn Exchange, Glasgow Art School, Institute Francais, Social Club Paris and in numerous night clubs.
“Turning the National Film Theatre into a riverside club and Tate Britain into a two floor dancefloor music venue indicates just how ambitious the organisers are as they seek to represent the clash and synergy of visuals and electronic music, silent films, live bands and whatever interactive artworks are when they’re not posing on the dancefloor.” Dave Swindells, Time Out.
“Any strangers wandering in to the foyer of the Queen Elizabeth Hall would have wondered what planet they were on, then what century they found themselves in… As with all Noise Of Art nights… total artistic freedom, translated completely to the punters – with joyous results.” Ben Hogwood, Music OMH
Founded by Ben Osborn, DJ, writer and musician, who has pioneered Late events at London's leading arts institutions from 2002 onward, Noise of Art events feature live music, DJs, actors, writers, spoken word, dance, photographs, sculpture and painters.