Zypce was born in 1973 in Buenos Aires, where he currently lives and works.
He is composer, musician, maker of alternative instruments, sound technician and designer and tango singer. His work as composer is related to the staging process and the incorporation of elements from which sound can be derived, regardless of its specific function: waste material, tensed strings of electric tools, alternative percussion, everyday objects, etc. By contrast, later he includes digital processes such as non-invasive filters from the original source, or the elimination of the object’s sound reference through triggers.
He composed the original soundtrack for audiovisual, theater and dance productions in Argentina and in other countries such as Chile, Bolivia, Brazil, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Korea, and Japan. He has staged independent productions since 1991. He received awards for Apátrida, doscientos años y unos meses, working with Rafael Spregelburd; he also received the 2012 ACE Award for “Best original soundtrack”; and the Argentores Award for “Best musical show”. The work SPAM, also with Rafael Spregelburd, earned him the Teatro del Mundo Award to Creation for “Best Music Performance”.
The table is a piece of furniture in the shape of a horizontal flat board, generally held by one or several legs at a convenient height. One of its main purposes is to serve as platform for the consumption of foods separating them from the ground. It also provides a surface to perform several different jobs. Likewise, it could be useful for ludic use (pool table, or gaming table) or to hold different elements or decorative objects. Due to its long history and its generalized use in different human societies, there is a series of uses and habits that have derived from it, such as table manners, and rules in a working environment.
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