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By Benjamen Judd

If there was yet another reason to discover how to survive on no sleep this is it – Electronic super duo Canyons are collaborating with celebrated visual artist Daniel Boyd to present 100 Million Nights, a multisensory performance making its way around the country. Boyd’s digital artwork is presented as a three-panel video installation, in front of which Canyons perform live as a four-piece band at the Sydney Opera House this coming Tuesday January 21.

Former Battles frontman and solo artist Tyondai Braxton is the force behind HIVE, a live multimedia performance that is part installation, part band. 100 Million Nights is the collaboration between electronic duo Canyons and visual artist Daniel Boyd, whose work reinterprets Aboriginal and Australian-European history.

Using modular synthesisers, sound design and percussion, Braxton performs new compositions alongside four musicians, all set atop architecturally designed and custom built illuminated platforms.

The musicians’ original score is an emotive response to Boyd’s artwork. This audio-visual experience sees Canyons perform live as a four-piece while Boyd’s three-panel video installation forms the mesmerising setting.

To get your tickets to see 100 Million Nites and HIVE live at the Opera House, head here.

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