Smirnoff’s first ever experiment; ‘Light vs. Sound’

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Knack headed to Smirnoff’s first ever experiment; ‘Light vs. Sound’ Featuring a specially designed light instillation that  housed two musicians inside. Without prior exposure or rehearsal created music using only the freeform patterns around them for inspiration. Richard Neville (one of Australia’s best lighting designers; a man behind the lights at Field Day, Parklife, Mercedes Australian Fashion Week and much more) created the light installation, Van She Tech (one half of the band Van She) & Pluto Goneski (winner of 2009 Tropscore) featured live and unplanned. Was certainly an interesting event. Was certainly an interesting event.

:: JUSTIN

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