Presentation of the 10th Edition

After taking 2 years to convince Mutek Montreal, Mutek Barcelona was eventually launched as the first unique satellite of the International Digital Arts festival based in Europe in 2009. 10 years later, they provide Spain with one of the main references in audiovisual performance and digital arts in the format of a 4-day festival, with a wide variety of shows and venues.

Nonotak studio ‘Zero Point Two’

Nonotak studio, formed of two young creatives, Noemi Schipfer (FR) and the architect musician Takami Nakamoto (JP). They work together to create experimental audiovisual light installations that mesmerize audiences. At Roca Gallery, Takami explained how they project blue light onto yellow fibre optics in order to create the purest possible visible white light in an audiovisual experience. Usually the installation is covered from above, but on this occasion, they were so surprised by the way it combined with the venue that they left it uncovered, allowing us to experience the installation in a whole new light, literally.

Microfeel ‘Fractal Synethesia’

Microfeel (ES/AR) well known on the local scene as multimedia artist Sebastian Seifert, dazzled us with his latest project ‘FRACTAL SYNESTHESIA.’ Sebastian leaves audiences looking for the visual artist only to discover that Microfeel is a one man band, where Sebastian simultaneously projects and performs in an extremely colourful, psychedelic live A/V show. This year he gave it more energy than ever, making it pretty tricky to photograph the artist still in any moment. His performance filled the room with energy.

Mutek Festival

Nonotak Studio

Article by Hayley Cantor

Photos by Hayley Cantor (AKA VJ AYL) and Groovycosta

Hayley Cantor

Hayley Cantor

Hayley is a Graphic Designer and VJ, who dabbles in a wide range of fields including Psychology and Copywriting. In her spare time she trots around the globe with a backpack and swings about in a hammock. She adores paper and her camera is her third arm.

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