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A unique combination of light, colour, motion and sound.
A free audio visual event presented at the beautiful Brighton Unitarian Church, a sacred space in the heart of Brighton. Explore new ways of seeing and hearing. where art and science meet.

Into the mystery, the great exhale. A thousand years of wisdom distilled in the embers of the fire for those who accept that.
Our soundscapes are fully scaleable. From intimate gatherings to larger festival, gallery & digital events. From DJ sets to full production management of a site specific show.

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