Ryoji Ikeda's shows can be an overwhelming experience. The veteran composer and visual artist has spent his career examining the essence of sound and sight with scalpel-like precision – whether in ambitious public art works like his head-wrecking 'The Transfinite' installation at New York's Park Avenue Armory last year, gallery exhibitions, concerts or sensory-overload club sets. In his ongoing 'Datamatics' projects, he 'explores the potential to perceive the invisible multi-substance of data that permeates our world', creating an audio-visual experience that's as much art installation as it is conventional gig. If you're looking to get your brain rewired, this should do the job nicely. Ikeda will be performing 'Datamatics [Ver. 2.0]' a total of five times at WWW this October, though note that attendance is limited to 100 people at each show.