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Nonotak’s New, Entrancing Light Installation, “DAYDREAM V.4”

Artist duo Nonotak (composed of Noemi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto) creates spellbinding audio-visual installations using simple arrangements of light reflections. As viewers step up to gaze within the large panes of glass at the facade of the structure, they encounter a seemingly endless vortex that appears to reach into a world beyond. Combined with Nonotak's audio compositions, their high-intensity visuals transform the mundane spaces they inhabit into something more otherworldly. We previously featured their installation "DAYDREAM V.2" on the blog and today we bring you the latest work in the series, "DAYDREAM V.4," which was shown at MU in Eindhoven, Netherlands earlier this month.

Artist duo Nonotak (composed of Noemi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto) creates spellbinding audio-visual installations using simple arrangements of light reflections. As viewers step up to gaze within the large panes of glass at the facade of the structure, they encounter a seemingly endless vortex that appears to reach into a world beyond. Combined with Nonotak’s audio compositions, their high-intensity visuals transform the mundane spaces they inhabit into something more otherworldly. We previously featured their installation “DAYDREAM V.2” on the blog and today we bring you the latest work in the series, “DAYDREAM V.4,” which was shown at MU in Eindhoven, Netherlands earlier this month.

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