Nonotak, the collaborative duo integrated by illustrator Noemi Schipfer and musician and architect Takami Nakamoto first came to light in 2011, when the architectural firm Bigoni-Mortemard commissioned a mural for the lobby of a Parisian apartment building. It wasn’t until early 2013 that they started working on the creation of audiovisual installations that have the characteristic seal of ethereal and onirical ambience that wraps the listener and dillude the frontier between real and virtual. The Genevan Mapping Festival of 2013 witnessed their first piece, Isotopes V2, inspired on the Fukushima disaster, and comprised of a light trap that first attracted the public, hypnotizing it with intermitent lights, only to leave everyone completely exhausted, thus showing how a seductive source of energy could become a true nightmare. Since then, they haven’t stopped showing theuir work on festivals all over the world. This year, EM15 -the conmemorative edition for the 15 years of Elektra and Mutek- witnessed Late Speculation, a triangular booth made up of three screens, inside of which Naomi creates a lighting set that interacts with the experimental echo glitch techno by Takami.