DGTL Festival 2015 Preview
Finally there is one other art concept to address, and that’s the Hypercube. Mind you, this is not for the faint of heart as it’s hard to wrap your head around this installation. A combination of mirrors and neon lights create a surrealistic experience, making it a proper escape from the musical madness happening outside its doors.
Since festivals can’t be called the most environmentally-friendly of occasions, DGTL have made sincere efforts over the years to limit their footprint. In 2015, DGTL Revolution will take the next step regarding energy management. At the festival site there will be experiments running with different types of renewable energy. You will come across a windturbine, a hydro power pump, solar panel stations and even a human power station. Bio diesel generators will also be compared to the gas and fuel generators to see what the major differences are in power and efficiency. The terrain you’ll be walking on during Easter weekend will be a true testing ground for the future of sustainability in the festival scene.
Even though we’re still in the middle of winter, we can’t help ourselves but to think of that first weekend in April when all of this will come together. Thank god we have last year’s memories to make the wait a bit more bearable.