Double Vision No Plexus + MHZ

Double Vision No Plexus + MHZ

Enter a new holographic world of audio-visual art and technology at Double Vision, as part of ISEA 2024 EVERYWHEN. The final night of Double Vision sees an immersive live show from No Plexus and a new work by New Zealand-based sound artist mHz.

No Plexus is a genre-queer experimental electronic music duo consisting of artists No Compliments and Bec Plexus – both artists’ background in contemporary classical music fusing with a shared affinity for electronic music. Live sets from No Plexus combine raw and physical vocal performances, with densely detailed drum programming and ever-evolving sound and visual design. 

For their debut album, No Plexus has worked with renowned stage designer Emmanuel Biard to develop an immersive live show, featuring holographic display systems, extensive light programming and live-video feeds. The combination of these elements creates an exciting dark atmosphere that sets the tone for the themes of the album,intertwining deep sarcasm and Y2K nostalgia, portraying a ‘coming-of-age’ narrative within a society teetering on the brink of climate catastrophe and war. Audiences can expect a sensorial assault of electronic sound, light and image.

Mo H. Zareei aka mHz is an Iranian sound artist based in New Zealand. Using custom-built software and hardware, his experiments with sound cover a wide range from electronic compositions to kinetic sound-sculptures and audiovisual installations. mHz will premiere his brand-new work ‘Cruise Missile Intersectionality’, meshing his usual abstract and stripped-down audiovisual language with less-than-subtle political commentary.

The event is free to attend, with a Pay What You Wish model. You can register attendance at the Brisbane Powerhouse website.

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