7ate9

7ate9
David Daniels
John Law
8'00'' drawing colour
UK
Punto y Raya Festival 2016

Hand drawn animated response to Seven Ate Nine by John Law.


Track taken from John's wonderful new double CD These Skies In Which We Rust.


Authors
David Daniels
David Daniels
> Director

1960 | London, UK

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BA and MA in Graphic Design. Graphic Designer and Animation Director represented by Tandem Films in London. Director of TV commercials for Honda cars, Nike, Nat West Bank, HSBC and Toyota, amongst others. Recent work includes design and animation of screen projections for the Led Zeppelin concert at the o2 in London.

Away from his commercial work, he develops graphic books and films dealing with the relationship of sound and image. He also lectures at the LCC in London on the PostGraduate MA in Moving Image; at the Norwich School of Art on the BA in Animation, and is also a visiting professor at The Algero School of Architecture and Design in Sardinia·Italy.


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John Law
John Law
> Soundtrack Composer

London, UK

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John Law, a prize-winning classical prodigy on piano, turned away from classical piano studies to pursue jazz and improvised music when he was 23 and has been involved in, and acclaimed for, his work in a wide variety of contemporary jazz projects: from solo piano concerts and albums through trio and quartet tours and recordings, right through to large scale works for his semi-classical ensemble Cornucopia.

He has played at over fifty festivals worldwide and recorded over thirty albums, working with musicians as diverse as Gwilym Simcock, Andy Sheppard, Jason Rebello, Tim Garland and Evan Parker. John’s main projects currently are his acclaimed trio Congregation, which has toured all over Europe, appearing to stunning audience acclaim in concert halls, clubs and at festivals such as the North Sea jazz Festival (Rotterdam) or the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, at the London Jazz Festival, as well as solo piano projects and his electric project Boink! which combines electric keyboards, guitar, saxophone and drums with electronic music soundscapes and live, interactive visual backdrops.