NONOTAK’s Plume V.1 is a work that explores light in the form of an audiovisual installation that has been filmed to create a captivating video edition. Using fluorescent tube lights and mirrors, the artists create an ‘infinite box’, a space within a space, which continually redefines both itself and its environment through a choreography of sound and silence; light and darkness; movement and stillness. Through the use of digital and analogue production methods the piece plays with the boundaries between virtual and physical spaces. A large scale installation from the same series of works, HOSHI, premieres at Sugar Mountain Festival at Victorian College of the Arts and the Melbourne Arts Precinct in Australia, January 2016.
NONOTAK is a Paris-based studio formed by musician Takami Nakamoto and illustrator Noemi Schipfer.