NONOTAK, also known as Nonotak Studio, is a collaborative installation and performance project founded by visual artist Noemi Schipfer and architect-musician Takami Nakamoto.
Nonotak work with light & sound installations and performance pieces to create ethereal, immersive and dreamlike environments which are built to envelope, challenge and stagger the viewer capitalising on Nakamoto’s approach to space & sound and Schipfer’s experience with kinetic visual and complex, geometric illustrations. Nonotak are also known for using custom built technology in many of their pieces as well as using conventional technology in unconventional ways to generate a certain desired effect.
Since the inception of the project, Nonotak have performed and shown pieces at Tate Britain, Sónar Barcelona, Sónar Istanbul, TaicoClub, CTM Festival, Day For Night, STRP Biennial, Melbourne Music Week, Jerusalem Light Festival, MUTEK Montreal, MUTEK Mexico, MUTEK Colombia, Reuse KUwait, TodaysArt, Roppongi Art Night, Mapping Festival, Act Festival Korea, Notte Biancha and many more. The New York Times recently rated Nonotak performance piece Shiro as one of the top 15 performances of Sónar Barcelona 2017.
Presented in partnership with Stable Music.