From The Wire : "John Duncan portrays his work as a catalyst, inciting a transmission of energy through which he seeks to compel the audience to actively participate in the process of investigation and self-discovery. His lengthy career of electroacoustic intensity and confrontational performance art events is the result of rigorous investigations into a number of arcane, metaphysical, and at times transgressive themes. Duncan is a rare artist who is totally immersed in existential research."
From Discogs.com : "Andrew McKenzie is known primarily for his activity in The Hafler Trio, the name under which he has operated alone for more than a decade, often with the help of a floating roster of collaborators. Formed in the early 1980s, its collaborators have since included co-founder Chris Watson, the fictional Dr. Edward Moolenbeek, as well as Fluxus artist and storyteller Willem De Ridder, Ben Ponton from Zoviet France, film maker Ian Lake, graphic artist Neville Brody, noise musician Zbigniew Karkowski, performance artist John Duncan, director Peter Greenaway or "post-porn modernist" Annie Sprinkle."
"Contact" was released by Touch Records in 1990.
Get it here : John Duncan & A. M. McKenzie - Contact