MESS Through The Roof

Four recent alumni of the 2021 MESS Professional Development course take to the stage to perform an eclectic, genre-bending mix of live electronic music.

MESS Through The Roof is an awesome eclectic, genre-bending mix of live electronic music performed on stage by MESS musicians. MESS is dedicated to the technique and artistry of electronic sound and music creation.

The scene will be set underneath a canopy of extraordinary lighting, designed by students from the RMIT Digital Media's Heightened Multisensory Experience studio. They will be presenting audiovisual works composed especially for The Capitol – RMIT and its bespoke roof lighting system. From sublime to intense, by turn, the works create mesmerising, hypnogogic, exhilarating, brutal and overwhelming experiences.

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