Winter storms left the majestic architectural centrepiece of the SALT festival on the island of Sandhornøy, Norway, severely damaged. But after extensive rebuilding work, the experimental arts event returns, starting 18 June and running until 6 September, with a programme of live music and visual installations that it’s hoped will provoke a dialogue with the wild environment surrounding the site. New artworks have been commissioned, while Norwegian music producer Biosphere has created an original ambient soundtrack for the festival’s huge on-site “ampi-sauna”, which offers a view across the crystal clear horizon while you sweat out the previous night’s excesses.
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