Double Vision

Brisbane Powerhouse

21 June - 30 June 9:00 - 17:00 Brisbane Powerhouse When We Are One
Fri, 21 June 19:30 - 21:30 Brisbane Powerhouse Double Vision: mHz + Xenosine
Sat, 22 June 19:30 - 21:30 Brisbane Powerhouse Double Vision: No Plexus + mHz
Sat, 22 June 21:00 - Late Brisbane Powerhouse Up Late with Kuzco

Over two nights at the Brisbane Powerhouse see performances by mHz, Xenosine and No Plexus. Plus an exhibition by Yandell Walton, When We Are One.

On June 21 the opening night of Double Vision sees acts by New Zealand-based sound artist mHz and Tamil-Australian audio-visual artist Xenosine. mHz will present Brutalist Noise Ensemble v2, a piece that blends the physical and digital worlds.This work is an experimental audiovisual performance developed around the interaction of light and sound, digital and physical, human and machine. Under the moniker Xenosine, Vijay Thillaimuthu presents Tesseract, a vision for the superimposition of lasers and video projections as controlled by sound. 

The second night of Double Vision, June 22, presents an immersive live show from No Plexus and a new work by 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.  mHz will premiere his brand-new work “Cruise Missile Intersectionality”. Building on his latest release “Proof Of Identity” (Important Records/Cassauna, 2023), he will mesh his usual abstract and stripped-down audiovisual language with less-than-subtle political commentary.

The official after-party show, following DOUBLE VISION: NO PLEXUS + MHZ.

Kuzco [kuuz-co] is an Australian/Maori producer living and creating
in Naarm after growing up in Meanjin. A focal member of groups like
Middle Name Dance Band, Mon Riser as well as session keyboardist for
Harvey Sutherland and Horatio Luna, Kuzco is now working to bring her
own creations to the public eye.


While at the Brisbane Powerhouse, visit Yandell Walton’s exhibition, When We Are One. Delving into the Posthuman this work aims to subvert the technology and present a more empathetic standpoint. Created with 3D models of plant life captured using photogrammetry and Motion Capture the work addresses interactions of human, non-human, and technological.

Double Vision performances are free for ISEA2024 delegates; register for tickets for each evening via the Brisbane Powerhouse website.



ISEA2024 acknowledges the Turrbal and Yugara as the First Nations owners of the lands where the symposium will be held. We pay our respects to their elders, lores, customs and creation spirits. We also acknowledge and pay respects to all First Nations peoples across the continent and beyond Australian shores.