With tickets to his Vivid Live shows selling fast, it's safe to say that Ta-ku's legacy is running hot. For one-week only this April, he'll be giving us a sneak peek into what makes him tick. The Perth-born producer, fashion collaborator and curator (with some very high-profile mates) will be undergoing his new project In Residence from April 11. The project is in collaboration with Dropbox and Our Golden Age Cinema, aiming to show us how new technologies are shaping creative processes and direction. To do this Ta-Ku will be hosting nightly talks with local and global innovators including chefs (Mitch Orr of ACME and Dan Hong of Mr Wong), DJs (like the awesome Andrew Levins), producers (Kuren), photographers, shoe-designers (Caroll Lynn) and of course, Instagrammers (Denise Kwong). Tickets will only be available to fans via contest submission. Don't worry though, if you miss a spot there's still plenty to hold onto. A multimedia gallery exhibition of Songs To Make Up To will be on display throughout the week. There'll be a piece of Ta-ku for everyone.