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NONOTAK studio is the collaboration between the illustrator Noemi Schipfer and the architect musician Takami Nakamoto. Together they create dazzling visual art installations that come alive in performance, fusing electronic music, strobe-lit, shadow-strewn lighting design, and multiple screens built into structures that surround the artists.

Noemi and Takami blur virtual and real in hypnotic performances with names like Daydream, Isotopes and Dream Collapse, crafting a universe of interactive sound and light metamorphosis that envelops not only the artists but audiences.

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Visual artist Noemi Schipfer and musician-architect Takami Nakamoto

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Geometric, architectural collisions of light and sound; audiovisual installations that explore (and push past) the limits of human perception

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Nonotak began as a project commissioned by French architects Bigoni-Mortemard to design a lobby mural for public housing in Paris; since then, their work has shown at some of the most prestigious art festivals and galleries worldwide

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Montréal: 2016, 2015, 2014

Barcelona: 2015

Mexico: 2015, 2018

Buenos Aires: 2017, 2019

San Francisco: 2018