It’s a Wrap! – Our Festival Highlights of #Freq23

29 October, 2023

Our 7th Frequency Festival has come and gone, and we’re thrilled to share the highlights of our four-day digital arts and culture extravaganza in Lincoln.

Throughout the festival, attendees engaged with the emergence of digital art. They interacted with AI, questioned the boundaries of humans and machines, and explored the impact of genetic engineering. It was a weekend where the boundaries of art, culture, and technology blurred, and it was thrilling to be a part of it.


Day 1 – Thursday: The Kick off

A rainy start to the day didn’t deter visitors from heading to Lincoln. The stage was set for four days of innovation, creativity, and immersive experiences.

Our opening night event brought together artists, tech enthusiasts, business, city and culture leaders to celebrate the fusion of art and technology.

Pictured: VIP Reception, Self Portraits of an Algorithm, Diffeomorphism

Day 2 – Friday: The Excitement Continues

Friday marked a day of artistic exploration and innovation. Our campus zone was a hive of creative activity, with participants engaging in diverse workshops, from virtual reality to experimenting with digital art. As the sun set, we were treated to Surge 360, an incredible contemporary dance experience that left the audience in awe.

Pictured: INTER/her, COEXISTENCE, The Dangerous Times

Day 3 – Saturday: Illuminating fun for the Whole Family

Saturday was dedicated to families. The Discovery Zone was a hub of activity with interactive VR swings, glowing art installations, and educational exhibits. The kids (and the kids at heart) had a blast exploring the wonders of the digital arts at The Campus Zone, with discos, workshops and fun.

Pictured: PlayLAB, Digi Didi Disco, Touch and Glow, Curious Adventures in Colour and Light, Monsters and Volo:Dreams of Flight

The day ended and the evening fun began at The Twilight Zone. The Cathedral area was filled with a mesmerizing laser light show, immersive audio-visual performances, and breathtaking installations. The entire city was bathed in the soft glow of creative expression.

Pictured: Revontulet, Polaris, Fabuloso Organ, Digital Graffiti

Day 4 – Sunday: Sunshine and smiles

Sunday was a day for all, as we embraced the festival’s core theme of blending art with technology. Attendees had the opportunity to engage with the latest advances in digital arts and culture, providing them with a glimpse into the exciting future that awaits. From exploring ethical questions to interacting with a digital xylophone.

Pictured: Volo: Dreams of Flight, Relay, The Care Takers

We want to extend a heartfelt thank you to all our attendees, artists, partners, sponsors, festival hosts and volunteers who made Frequency Festival 2023 a massive success. Your passion and enthusiasm for the digital arts inspire us to keep pushing the boundaries. And thanks to the weather Gods for pressing pause on a wet October and bringing us sunshine!

As we bid adieu to this year’s festival, we’re already looking forward to the next one. Stay tuned for more exciting announcements and updates for #Freq25. The future of digital arts and culture is bright, and together, we’ll continue to explore the boundless possibilities.

See you at the next Frequency Festival!

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