Nano Twin Mixes Technologies Old and New in Multimedia Performance
Nano Twin produced a colorful, visually oriented experience with sound using cathode ray tube televisions and other technologies in a multimedia performance in the ATLAS Black Box in February 2014.
The four-piece Colorado group wove auditory improvisations with technical-informational spoken word compositions.
The performance included technologies from the past several decades, including a record player, televisions and something not usually considered a musical/sound instrument – an electric sewing machine.
Three walls were filled with graphics projected by the Black Box theater’s high-definition projectors.