Full site festival production including power, audio, lighting and projections.
One of our most endearing jobs is a yearly trip down to the beautiful Braziers Park nestled in the Oxon countryside in early August, for what is frankly best described by the festival themselves:
Supernormal is a festival like no other, providing a powerful antidote to the current malaise of festivals-as-big-business. Blurring the boundaries between art and music, performer and audience, it champions the iconoclastic and the experimental, allowing risks to be taken and leaps of imagination to occur. Somewhere in spirit between the original Glastonbury Fayre and an eccentric village fete, Supernormal is the alternative’s alternative.
Starting off as an incredibly intimate affair but growing larger as the word spreads amongst it’s peers, Neuron have been proud to provide full site production since 2011 for the wonderful crew and family who come together to put on this one-of-a-kind event, by catering for several stages of sound, both stage and site lighting, generator power and technical consultancy in response to some of the most off the wall technical riders we’ve ever encountered.
Our Arcline system with integrated winch stands fits in perfectly underneath the grass-topped main stage built from reclaimed wood (no, really) providing a clean, undistorted platform for the more avant garde artists to blast out their dirty, distorted guitars, keys and home-brew instruments for exemplary sets filled with unexpected surprises and improvisation. It’s certainly a quick crash course in off the cuff sound engineering!
In 2013 we took our fresh, white Air Motion v2 along for their first live music endeavour and the results were nothing short of breathtaking, with projection right to the back of the field and even, controlled dispersion.
We have also provided bespoke lighting and projection systems for art installations and other creative endeavours across the site each year.