Bios


Adam Carr (Director / Producer)

Adam has been a filmmaker for over 15 years, working mostly in the short form of music promos, shorts and fashion film. His list of clients and collaborators include: White Cube Gallery, Blain Southern, C24 Gallery NYC, Christian Marclay, Pam Hogg, David David, A Child of the Jago, Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Robert Montgomery and Leee Black Childers. As co-director, his short film Into The Blue won audience choice award at The London Underground Film Festival and their fashion films for David David and Child of the Jago screened exclusively with London Fashion Week at Somerset House. He recently co-wrote the script for Cambodian feature-length pagan folk-horror film The Forest Whispers.

Samuel Kilcoyne

Samuel Kilcoyne is a musician based in Camberwell, London. He began playing guitar and synthesisers for the post-punk/art-rock band S.C.U.M. In 2012 he created Patent Saints. He wrote and performed in Berlin and Copenhagen making the soundtrack for the theatre company Mute Comp for the play most truths are so naked. After moving to Sicily he began a project involving musicians from around the world using various art forms.

Takatsuna Mukai

Takatsuna Mukai is a London based musician/composer/improviser/producer who has worked with a wide range of artists in various multidisciplinary projects. Past collaborators include Timothy Turnbull (Machine Intelligence project and live poetry performances), Malcolm Poynter (The H.P.R.C. video project etc), and Dragan Živadonov (NSK), His 2013 album Śūnya received rave reviews both online and from the music press.

Jan Noble

Selected Readings: The ICA, London | The Nuyorican Poets Cafe, New York | Teatro Filodrammatici, Milan | Teatrino Di Palazzo Grassi, Venice | Riverside Studios, Hammersmith. Broadcasts: Channel 4, BBC Radio, ITV. Commissions: Kent Medway Museums | Heritage Lab | The Deutscher Chor London. Guest Lecturer: Università degli Studi di Milano | UCL. Featured Artist: Poetry on The Lake, Italy [with Carol Ann Duffy] | Stoke Newington Literary Festival [with Irvine Welsh] | Turner Contemporary, Margate | Bowery Poetry Club, New York. [more]