ADF – Hello Paris, hello OFFF, hello world!

Neville Brody will sound off in Paris with radical French illustration and activist group Bazooka to announce the ADF to the technical glitterati at the OFFF festival this week. Brody will be in conversation with the influential collective to explore the themes leading to their major retrospective set to take place at Aubin Wills gallery in London, organised as part of Stuart Semple’s contribution to the ADF. This extraordinary collection of work is bound to have a major influence on the creative thinking of anyone who visits the show, which will be accompanied by new publications and works, including a collaboration with Neville Brody himself. The participants at OFFF will be treated to a sneak preview by Bazooka of works in progress for the festival and an introduction by Brody about the imperatives that drove him to craft the ADF manifesto and gather the storm that is coming to London in the shape of ADF.

Want to be a part of the anti in design? Follow this link and contribute to our open submission programme to have a chance to be a part of the ADF in September.


About antidesignfestival

The Anti-Design Festival 2010 is Neville Brody's response to contribute to this year's London Design Festival by inviting a collective of creative innovators to participate and curate content. The ADF celebrates the anti in design by exposing process and showcasing the risky and the experimental in creative practice. Timed to coincide with the London Design Festival (September 18 to 26) the events will span over nine days and showcase the work of top innovators in the fields of design, fine art, film and video, architecture, sound and installation. Through an interlinked and layered programme, the festival will span numerous venues, disciplines, curators and shows featuring some of the most innovative names in their fields. Every evening we will be putting on a different performance, with subjects ranging from bands to theatre, sub-cosplay to sound exploration. And a film season exploring radical film. The event is not against the London Design Festival, but against principles that mean ideas are being restricted through an invisible censorship. In fact, the event can be described as Design is Dead, Long Live Design! (and Art, and Fashion, and Film, and Product, and Print, and Sound…….)
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