Was not disappointed. Long time fan of Ryoji Ikeda’s stunning work. Ryoji is a Japanese visual artist that uses data to produce jaw dropping sound and visuals. Since discovering his work back in 2013, I have been fortunate enough to see exhibitions of his work a handful of times. Last night as part of the Asia Topa Festival in Melbourne, Ryoji performed datamatics [ver 2.0] and it was nothing short of an onslaught. I was perhaps expecting something a little more gentle like past experiences in a gallery setting, but I left all shook up in the best possible way from the onslaught of violent animated strobing on the sharpest most high contrast video screen I have ever seen. Preceded by Nonotak who performed Shiro, which was also amazing, great night Melbourne.