Visual Art at Roadburn 2017: Got No Obvious Direction – A Visual Art Exhibition by GNOD

Established in 2007, psychedelic, anarcho, sonic pioneers GNOD celebrate their tenth anniversary as artist in residence at Roadburn Festival 2017. In conjunction with their musical explorations, there will be outsider art on display at the 013 venue by various GNOD-bods.

Since 2009, GNOD have based their operations from Salford‘s premiere arts venue, Islington Mill. Being influenced by the static and transient artistic community the building has hosted, some pieces have been featured on the band’s early releases, as well as artwork used for their Tesla Tapes label.

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