Na Poříčí 1047/26
110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město
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NONOTAK are presenting a multidimensional installation Shiro that synchronizes breathtaking visual madness of geometric objects with electronic beats and noises. The result is an all-encompassing digital trance that rewrites the rules of space. NONOTAK has performed at festivals such as Mutek or Tokyo's Roppongi Art and are returning to Lunchmeat and Prague after six years.
Shiro will be a first ever event of the Lunchmeat Festival in the Divadlo Archa, Prague's leading venue for contemporary scenic art.
NONOTAK studio is the fruit of the collaboration of two artists, the illustrator Noemi Schipfer and the musician Takami Nakamoto. Since the beginning of the last decade, Nonotak has been developing installations staging space, sound and light, to create an ethereal and dreamlike immersive environment. Their creations oscillate between moving geometric forms and bewitching rhythms, where music influences the image and vice versa. They specialize in light and sound installations capitalizing on Takami Nakamoto's approach of space & sound, and Noemi Schipfer's experience in spacial visual. Each of their projects appealed as much to the visual as to the sound perception of space. Audiovisual performance Shiro is their breathtaking project, that was selected by New York Times as one of the top performances at Sónar festival in 2017.
Lunchmeat Festival is an annual international festival dedicated to advanced electronic music and new media art based in Prague, Czech Republic. Since 2010, it brings carefully selected creators from different art spheres together on one stage, creating a truly synesthetic experience.