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February 23, 2009 | by  | in Music |
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Disorientation 09

A Rhythmic and 3D Visual Journey
Featuring Arte Nomade

180 degrees of screens surround the dancefloor and are animated with multi-screen projections, fully immersing the audience in a moving 3D illusional landscape. The 3D visuals, mixed live by Aye del Rivero, are accompanied by electronic music, DJed live by Niko Schiavi.

Friday 13th March 6-12pmStudent Union Hall VUW (Cash Bar Only)

Tickets: (Including 3D Glasses) Students $10/Non-Students $20 (Pre-sales from VUWSA).

2 Stages: Top Deck: 6-10pm New-Roots/Dancehall – DJ Soltwata Outdoor Visuals

Union Hall

6–10pm 2D Visuals by VJ Uji
6–7pm Dubstep – Dirty Red
7–8.30pm Drum & Bass – Matty DJ
8.30–10pm Leftfield/Holistic Drum & Bass—Narcosia
10–12pm Live 3D Visual Show— Arte Nomade

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