Jon Hopkins and Chris Levine to premiere the iy_project at Thailand’s Wonderfruit Festival
An exotic paradise and cultural epicenter, Thailand’s second annual Wonderfruit Festival is slated to take place at The Fields at Siam Country in scenic Pattaya. The four-day event is the ideal holiday destination -running from December 17th-20th just 150km southeast of Bangkok. Festival-goers from across the globe flock to this sprawling, four-stage beauty, which emphasizes international and local music, visual arts, health and wellness, nature, and a variety of other forward-thinking talks and workshops.
For the first time ever, UK talents Jon Hopkins and Chris Levine, revered for his work as a 3D light portrait artist, will collaborate at Wonderfruit Festival for the international debut of their iy_project. A development three years in the making, iy_project is an offshoot of Eden Project and will serve as an innovative fusion of music and audiovisuals.
Best known for its eco-conscious ethos, Wonderfruit’s mission to inspire environmental awareness while celebrating creativity sets the bar high for festivals worldwide to practice responsible sustainability. Aside from its musical and artistic offerings, the pioneering festival will host a variety of activities including meditation, yoga, creative dance courses, and fruit carving.