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Go behind the Scenes at the HP Spectorium

NZ musician Race Banyon collaborated with Sydney design duo Toby & Pete to create an interactive music and light show that lets the audience play DJ.
May 31, 2017, 12:12am

As part of Art Month in Sydney, venues all over the city hosted immersive installations and intimate performances from artists and musicians. The most hands-on of these was the HP Spectorium, a DIY music and art space where the audience could layer sounds and colourful projections at will, courtesy of New Zealand musician Race Banyon and Australian design duo Toby & Pete.

Creators was on hand to document the project from start to finish. Check out the video below to see how the collaboration came together.

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