MAY 12—14, 2017 Arcosanti, AZ

Curated by Hundred Waters

with Moses Sumney

 

In alphabetical order:

BING & RUTH    CHELSEA WOLFE    CHRISTOPHER WILLITS    DEAFHEAVEN    DERADOORIAN     FATHER JOHN MISTY

FUTURE ISLANDS    HEALTH    THE HOTELIER    HOW TO DRESS WELL    HUERCO S       HUNDRED WATERS    JAMES BLAKE (SOLO PIANO)

JULIE BYRNE    KAITLYN AURELIA SMITH    KELELA    KELSEY LU   
KING    MITSKI    MOSES SUMNEY    MOUNT EERIE    NONAME

OMAR SOULEYMAN    SKRILLEX    SOLANGE    SUNO DEKO

S U R V I V E   SWITCHCRAFT    TIMBER TIMBRE    THUNDERCAT   
TYCHO      VIEUX FARKA TOURE    WEYES BLOOD 
 XXYYXX   1800 DINOSAUR

 

CULTURAL SERIES by  SAINT HERON + PATHWAY TO PARIS + PLANNED PARENTHOOD

INSTALLATIONS by  ENVELOP SPACIAL AUDIO + PHOENIX ART MUSEUM

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“FORM is America’s most unique festival” -THE FADER

IN THE CANYONS OF ARIZONA'S HIGH DESERT LIES THE OTHERWORLDLY ECO-CITY OF ARCOSANTI

 

EACH MAY 1,500 PARTICIPANTS GATHER HERE FOR FORM,

A WEEKEND OF CREATIVE IMMERSION, ADVENTURE & RETREAT.

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“Festival for the future” -PITCHFORK
“TOTAL IMMErSION WAS THE NOrM AT THis ELEGANTLY DESIGNED FESTIVAL” 
-the new york times
ABOUT ARCOSANTI

65 miles North of Phoenix in Arizona’s high desert, Arcosanti is a non-profit urban experiment in community, innovative design and environmental accountability.

 

Arcosanti’s architect, Paolo Soleri, believed the urban planning of his time to be unsustainable: cities were too big, too wasteful and isolating. His dream was to build a fully functioning, environmentally responsible city that balanced architecture and ecology - a compact alternative that felt more natural, social, and aligned with how people were meant to live.

“A microcosm of creative energy unlike anything we’ve experienced before.” 
-cool hunting

Patrons of FORM skip the application process and enjoy a luxury camping experience in the Patron Village.

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