Rupert Huber and Richard Dorfmeister (aka TOSCA) premiered their new album Odeon at Linz’s Musiktheater together with vocalists Sarah Callier Robert Gallagher, Rodney Hunter and Jay Jay Jones as well as the Wiener K&K String Quartet. Each individual musical expression, every acoustic event and frequency delivered input for the visualization software the Ars Electronica Futurelab developed especially for Odeon. The live output, then, was sent to two main components: the stage backdrop – a jumbo projection screen, and five light objects that were placed on the stage and wirelessly controlled with the LinzerSchnitte. These five light objects had been reacting to certain frequency bands from Rupert Huber’s piano and/or sound-effect loops. The visual vocabulary thus expressed the continual shifts of the performance’s inherent dualities: sound and silence, light and shadow.