From Myths, Monsters and Legends by Rankin and Damien Hirst, appearing at this summer's inaugural Nova Festival.
David and Peter Adjaye exemplify the ethos of creative collaboration behind a new small-scale arts and music festival set in the picturesque surrounds of a West Sussex country estate. David Adjaye is the cutting-edge architect behind Rivington Place, the RIBA-award-winning global arts space in Shoreditch, who, together with his sound-artist brother, formed Music for Architecture, the fruit of which will be premiered at Nova Festival accompanied by a live audio performance.
Staged within the grounds of Bignor Park, the festival (05-08 July) is described as “a playground of interactive art”, showcasing the work of art superstars alongside unknowns; from Damien Hirst’s partnership with Rankin, Myths, Monsters and Legends, realised as a series of installations set in the woods, to lesser-known theatre productions selected the Battersea Arts Centre’s One on One festival. Edinburgh’s Pleasance Theatre presents its comedy picks from last year’s Fringe, and there’ll be live sets from acts including Ghostpoet, The Dø and Crazy P, while Doug Fishbone, the artist best known for filling Trafalgar Square with 30,000 bananas, supplies his take on crazy golf.
Adult entry costs £139.
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