Double Vision: mHz + No Plexus

  • June 22, 2024 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Powerhouse Theatre - Brisbane Powerhouse

    119 Lamington Street
    New Farm, Queensland 4005
Ticket Price (AUD) Free Buy Tickets

Presented by Brisbane Powerhouse for ISEA 2024 EVERYWHEN. 

Enter a new holographic world in an epic feat of audio-visual art and technology at Double Vision, as part of The International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA)  2024.  The final night of Double Vision sees an immersive live show from No Plexus and a new work by New Zealand-based sound artist mHz.

No Plexus has worked with renowned stage designer Emmanuel Biard (Evian Christ, Koreless, Lotic) to develop an immersive live show for their debut album, featuring holographic display systems, extensive light programming and live-video feeds. The combination of these elements creates an exciting dark atmosphere that sets the tone for the themes of the album.  These themes artfully intertwine deep sarcasm and  Y2K nostalgia, portraying a 'coming-of-age' narrative within a society teetering on the brink of climate catastrophe and war. Audiences can expect a truly epic sensorial assault of electronic sound, light and image.

mHz will premiere his brand-new work Cruise Missile Intersectionality. Regardless of the medium,  mHz aims to highlight the beauty in the basics of sound and light production and reductionist audiovisual elements that draw inspiration from physical and architectural principles.

If anyone in your party has accessibility requirements, please contact the Box Office on 07 3358 8600 or via

No Plexus is supported by the Performing Arts Fund NL. 

Date & Time

Sat, Jun 22, 2024 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Venue Details

Powerhouse Theatre - Brisbane Powerhouse

119 Lamington Street
New Farm, Queensland 4005 Powerhouse Theatre - Brisbane Powerhouse

Brisbane Powerhouse is Queensland’s home for contemporary culture, a magnificent power station of the 1920s reborn as an arts centre on the Brisbane River.


As Brisbane City Council’s premier arts venue, the much-loved building stages more than 1250 performances a year including a program of festivals, as well as hundreds of events and functions from weddings to conferences, all the while housing heritage-listed graffiti, riverside bars and restaurants, visual arts exhibitions and of course the stories of all who have ventured, laughed and shared memories within its living walls.