2016 Art Installations


Get your camera ready. Each year Voodoo brings some of the most renowned and respected artists’ work to City Park to enhance the experience of our festival-goers. A collection of our favorite artists will have massive interactive pieces on site, including The Cone V2, The Lightning Skull, The Mortuary, and more.

See below for a list of our 2016 Art Installations!


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Front Gate

Inspired by the iconic wrought iron gates found throughout a New Orleans, from the City Park entrance on City Park Ave to iconic cemeteries and historic Uptown homes, the new Voodoo entrance created by Gary Solomon provides a mix of tradition and mystery.

Lightning Skull

One of the Bryan Keplesky’s 2016 Voodoo masks is presented as a giant 8 foot 3D sculpture.

The Cone

The Cone is an interactive pavillion by two German architects and designers, Manuel Kretzer and Hans Sachs of Responsive Design Studio. The 30-foot-tall acrylic tube structure lit with LEDs is fixed to a turntable allowing visitors to interact with the sculpture by spinning it.

The Mortuary

Enter if you dare……

Voodoo Letters

Voodoo Letters by Stefan Beese is a 16-foot-tall metal sculpture positioned to create grand visual for fans as they enter into festival grounds. It sets the mood for the festival and underscores the beginning of the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience.