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For POOLcast 016 we have another brand new face. Back from the east coast of the United States we made a stop in London, where we found Hepamine. Student of fine arts at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Whether painting, making music, discovering sound and video - Hepa is exploring the intersections of the arts caused by modern technologies.
Technologies invented decades ago make it possible to expand the range of tools. These technologies were discovered and used by artists, through synthesizers, tapes for audio and video, 3D graphics and programming. In the last generations these gadgets were further developed and the access became easier. We spend years to figure out what is possible and how to do it. Always struggling with the curse of technologies, a missing link that divide our vision from the result. But today all that technologies are so advanced and deeply integrated in our lives, that it’s possible to anyone to make art with it. That what hold us back and stood between our vision and the result begins to disappear. All we need is a boundless mind.
We all can benefit from these times. Technologies can make any thought visible, audible and make it come alive. Nowadays it is possible to create and experience art at the same time. In that way Hepamine approached this POOLcast episode. A live recording in which the composition became an instrument in itself. Driven by the moment, inspired and experienced while making.
Pass mental boundaries, enjoy and make art.