Josten Myburgh & Daisy Sanders(Aus),Anthony Pillette(fr), Jonny Marks

Josten Myburgh & Daisy Sanders(Aus),Anthony Pillette(fr), Jonny Marks

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Audio Foundation presents an evening of experimental music, dance and audiovisuals from Australia, France & Wellington featuring:

Jostyn Myburgh & Daisy Sanders (Perth, Australia)
Anthony Pillette (France)

Jonny Marks (Wellington)
Josten Myburgh and Daisy Sanders have been collaborating on various productions since 2018, including large-scale durational improvisations with ensembles of musicians and dancers, and patient creative developments towards large-scale works for theatrical settings.

Their duo collaboration is the rawest expression of their shared interest in deep presence in the moment through improvisation, with great comfort in silence and rest, but no fear of reaching more intense (or silly) emotional registers.

Josten Myburgh (Aus)
Josten Myburgh is a composer, organiser & saxophonist based on Whadjuk Noongar boodja in Boorloo. He has performed and recorded with internationally with artists including Burkhard Beins, Michael Pisaro-Liu, Emilio Gordoa, Sabine Vögel, Adam Pultz-Melbye, Jim Denley, Aviva Endean & Annette Krebs. Locally he maintains duo projects with Eduardo Cossio, Sage Pbbbt, Daisy Sanders and Jameson Feakes, leads ensemble Ghost Gum Reverb, and works with interdisciplinary artists Joshua Pether and Elizabeth Pedler.

Daisy Sanders (Aus)
Daisy Sanders is a Perth-based independent artist, a graduate of WAAPA (2013 BA Dance, 2017 First Class Honours) and a proud company member of Sensorium Theatre. She creates, performs and produces immersive choreographic works (Status Room 2014, PACES 2015, Choice Velocity 2016, A Resting Mess 2017-23) and is a rigorous, playful artist working across a variety of cities and contexts. Daisy has a passion for arts advocacy and accessibility. As co-founder of FLOCK she facilitates caring communities of practice for artists of all disciplines. Daisy’s lived experience of illness (Endometriosis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 2015-19) enabled her to generate a unique and enduring dance research approach: she explores sustainability in bodily and social ecologies via a somatic focus on cycles of rest, activity and waste.

Anthony Pillette (France)
Anthony Pillette is an artist and musician, and a teacher at the Fine Arts School of Marseille.
With his collective Resonance Numerique, he builds interactive sound installations and DIY instruments, such as percussionist robots (Chimeres Orchestra) or sound and light synthesizers with solar panels. In terms of software, they mainly work with Puredata, and have developed La Malinette, a set of pedagogical musical and interactive objects. In Auckland, he is in residency at AUT University, where he is working on a scanner synthesizer device that produces sound from scanned images and projects them in real-time, somewhat like a reversed spectrogram. Anthony Pillette is also known as Fenshu for his IDM compositions, and has collaborated with labels such as Warp Records and Wrong Music as graphic designer and musician.
Spectral Synth Scanner page project:

Jonny Marks (Wellington)
Practitioner of extraordinary extended vocal techniques and improvisation utilising voice, electronics and acoustic instruments