Edit: Tickets for the event are now sold out. If you missed out, stay tuned for our online-exclusive content.

Semi Permanent and Highsnobiety are launching a two-day experiential hotel takeover bringing together global artists, designers and creators to present a vision for the future.

For two days, we're taking over the Paramount House Hotel in Sydney's Surrey Hills. The immersive experience brings together music, fashion, cinema, art, and design in a multimedia experience comprising of exhibitions, installations, live talks, commercial pop-ups, cinema screenings and tastings.

Each room of the hotel will be dedicated to an artist — Flume, and artist Jonathan Zawada will present their new NFT artworks 'Tiddalik', surfboard designer Haydenshapes, designer Chris Stamp and artist Daniel Arsham team up for a creative collaboration titled 'Wave Relic', Gia Coppola will present new and unseen photographic works, we will present an exclusive screening of Joji's sold-out digital concert Joji Presents: The Extravaganza — and that's just the start of it.

“This project brings together Semi Permanent’s experience in live events with Highsnobiety’s media reach and cultural cache, making for an incredibly special audience experience,” says Murray Bell, the founder and executive creative director of Semi Permanent. After more than a year in which the traditional form of live events was significantly disrupted, A Semi Permanent Hotel also marks a significant return to physical experiences. “This event really pushes the boundaries of what a hybrid exhibition-brand activation-event might look like in the future, presenting such a breadth and variety of experiences and creative talent at a scale that’s at once intimate and still incredibly impactful.”

Throughout the event, we are also running a series of speaker talks on the roof of the hotel — so you can watch the sun go down as we discuss our manifesto of the future with local artists like Dakota Feirer, Melvin Tanaya, Louise Zhang and more.

The event will run from May 26-27 If you're in Australia, sign up to register for free tickets here.

But if you're not in the Southern Hemisphere, don't worry as we'll have an exclusive lineup of online-only content to coincide with the real-life event. Stay tuned.

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