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Join the Anniversary Edition: August 7-9, 2020. #SummerWell10   Join the Anniversary Edition: August 7-9, 2020. #SummerWell10   
WHAT’S NEW
Museum of the Moon

Summer Well Art Collection presents Museum of the Moon, an artwork by artist Luke Jerram.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, a colossal sculpture of the moon will travel from place to place gathering new musical compositions and ongoing collections of personal responses, stories and mythologies.
Each centimetre of the internally-lit spherical sculpture represents 5 km of the moon’s surface.
From the beginning of human history, the moon has acted as a ‘cultural mirror’ to our beliefs, understanding and ways of seeing. Museum of the Moon allows us to observe and contemplate cultural similarities and differences around the world, and consider the latest moon science.
Come and experience a super moon right at Summer Well!
Landscape light interventions


Artist Javier Riera explores the relationship between geometry and nature by striking light projections directly onto vegetation and landscapes.
The geometric forms are designed and photographed by Riera who perceives them to be latent dimensions or energies embedded in the natural environment.
Riera hopes that these photographs expose to the viewer the multitude of layers that compose the natural world. He wants to deepen the connection between nature and the audience through his work.
A large part of his process includes researching the landscapes’s history, including the people that inhabit or visit it. Studying the landscape, he develops and original pattern or structure so that the final projection fits perfectly onto specifically shaped trees and their branches.
Labradorescence


Labradorescence by Tina Fung x Reza Hasni is an homage to this year’s 9th edition of Summer Well.
It represents a transformative evolution of wander and human connection in the creative space the festival has matured into.
This piece celebrates people, their relationships/ connections and creates memorable experiences. With a touch of nostalgia, it hopes to bring us back to the light hearted feelings we had as children.
It uses an iridescent finish at the front to allow light to play a role in this art. To this end, iridescence is a compelling means to ideate and create, due to its ability to interact with light to produce captivating multi-colored illusions that shift with the viewer’s vantage point.
By maintaining movement, this is a representation of keeping our minds feeling alive, the same as clockworks.
Eastern Lights


Together, the Hannover and Berlin-based artists Thomas Granseuer and Tomislav Topic constitute Quintessenz.
Space is the fundamental inspiration for Quintessenz. With roots in both graffiti-culture, graphic design and chromatics, they combine painting, moving image, and installation.
Their work not only uses shapes and patterns found in architecture, it interferes with its environment, changing the spectator’s perception (of space).
To Quintessenz, color is more than form. It is the content itself, their art creates space for its colors.
Morag & Luke sign collections


This year’s edition of Summer Well will showcase a new special collection by Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan.
The famous British designers, part of Supergroup London, are creating a series of vibrant, trademark signs to be displayed during the festival.
Signs have highly visual nature and theirs will make the biggest splash.
Morag & Luke created Super Hot, the first Romanian festival installation that was featured in designboom.
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