[Microsound-announce] POINTS OF CONNECTION

Peter Coyte peter at petercoyte.co.uk
Tue Apr 18 18:10:33 EDT 2006

Points of Connection

Saturday 29 April 2006
7.30pm - 11.00pm
Tickets £5 (£3 Concessions)

Studio 29
29 Vyner St
London E2 9DQ

A live improvised installation exploring temporary recognition,  
volatile recollections and time through sound, film and performance.
The performance uses experiments using live processed sound, film and  
images developed from four days of research that takes place from 24  
- 28 April 2006 at Studio 29.
Peter Coyte - Sonics (LiSa/Logic) John-Paul Zaccarini - Live Artist,  
Mad Dog and Custard - visuals, Barney Hollington - Violin.

*Capacity is limited so please email peter at petercoyte.co.uk or phone  
020 8459 5388 to reserve places.

Getting there:

Bethnal Green (Central Line) 15 minutes walk

254, 106 & D6 on Cambridge Heath Road



Peter Coyte - Sonics (LiSa/Logic)(http://www.petercoyte.co.uk)

Peter is a soundcape artist and composer producing works for  
performance, film and TV. He has been a regular collaborator with  
Company F.Z with shows including Throat, Night & Day and Philomena's  
Feast. His soundtrack work includes 'From where I'm Standing ' with  
Gravity & Levity, documentaries such as the award-winning 'When The  
War is Over' and 'The Mothers' House' both directed by Francois  
Verster and Rafal Zielinski's Sundance award winning film 'Fun'. He  
also writes and performs with spoken word artist Salena Saliva Godden  
as SaltPeter and has produced, remixed and written with artists such  
as Coldcut, Heartless Crew, Seal, Diaspora and David McAlmont.

John-Paul Zaccarini - Live Artist (http://www.companyfz.com)

John-Paul Zaccarini trained in Guildford and subsequently with Peta  
Lily, Phillipe Gaulier, David Glass, Lindsay Kemp and Andrew Dawson.  
He studied circus skills at The Circus Space, London. He performed as  
a soloist with the Adam Darius Company and worked as movement  
director for plays appearing at The Kings Head and BAC.
John-Paul founded the company Angels of Disorder in 1992 to produce  
political, passionate theatrical polemic. He curated and arranged  
multi-media club events, art shows and had fiction published. In  
circus, he worked with Circus Mamaloucus , Acid Cirque, Archaos,  
Cirkus Cirkor, Dramatern in Stockholm, Momentary Fusion, Heir of  
Insanity, No Ordinary Angels, The Dome Show and choreographed aerial  
dance for The Royal Variety Show ,The Nobel Prize Ceremonies and  
Hermes fashion house.
John-Paul directs for The Gandini Juggling Project, has performed on  
two tours of Enter Achilles for DV8 and carried out a research  
project for The Happiest Day of My Life. He was nominated for a  
Circus Fellowship from the Foundation of The Arts and for the Best  
Actor Award by The Stage for his performance in Throat.

Mad Dog and Custard - visuals (http://www.maddogandcustard.com)

Mad Dog and Custard are a new media collective, working on  
interactive, projection video and web based projects. Last year MD&C  
designed and consulted on A5 Home (http://www.A5home.co.uk), a  
Lottery funded partnership addressing health and well being in  
Barnet, Digital Light, a live, external, projection event, focusing  
on the environment and collaborated on Visions of Utopia, an outdoor  
public art event in Walthamstow. MD&C are currently working on a  
Flash based extension to the V&A web site, for an art exhibition this  
summer (2006).

Barney Hollington - Violin

Barney Hollington was born in Norwich in 1975. He grew up mainly in  
Australia and France, but returned to the UK to study music at  
Oxford, graduating with First Class honours. He then studied  
Composition at the Royal College of Music. From 1996 he has worked as  
a freelance violinist, playing and recording with classical groups  
including Bebeto String Quartet, rock groups including Miranda Sex  
Garden, and gypsy violin duo AB. He has worked extensively as a  
composer, arranger and schoolteacher. Two of Barney's orchestral  
compositions have won second prize in two major international  
competitions: the Uuno Klami International Composition Competition in  
2004 and the Zeitklang International Composition Competition in 2005.  
His current performing projects are the Urban Voodoo Machine (a rock  
band) and V2VC (a string quartet).

Peter Coyte gratefully acknowledges financial support from the PRS  
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