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CLUB WTF- HH: Syn-Infection





Presented by Brisbane Powerhouse

Join experimental music duo HH as they push the boundaries of synchronisation between sound and image in this sense-explosive evening.

Created by sound artists Yao Chung-Han and Yeh Ting-Hao, Syn-Infection explores the transforming qualities of experimental noises and music. Immerse yourself in the sounds and illuminations and be transported into the grey regions between rationality and recklessness.

HH: Syn-Infection is part of CLUB WTF.

Special Thanks to Sobright Lighting (Taiwan), Digital Art Center Taipei, Soundwatch, Lim Giong, SONO Lab.

WARNING: Please be advised that the performances are limited to standing-only sections and include high volume varying frequency sounds, with flashing light. Patrons, especially hildren, may experience physical discomfort or photosensitivity.


“A doorway to more possibilities has been opened by HH.


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