1. Paul Behnke, Oct 2014


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    Paul Behnke talks about his work

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    • Tomas Harker - artist


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      Interviewer: Richard Stott Cinematographers: Anthony Rowland, Elizabeth Bamford Editor: Fsheen Aly www.tomasharker.co.uk www.facebook.com/tomas.harker.79 www.saatchiart.com/tomharker

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      • Alan Crockett, Oct 2014


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        Alan Crockett talks about his work

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        • The Screen Girls & Visionist


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          http://thescreengirls.com/visionist-grime-lost-codes/ The UK has such an insular culture, churning out its own class system of musicians, stars, and reality tarts. London has nurtured many musical talents, and is a city pulsing with people experimenting with different sounds, and starting genres like grime. For anyone unfamiliar with grime, a simplified explanation is that it’s face paced, with high BPM’s of at least 140 with structured synth and electronic sounds. It’s come a long way since its evolution from garage, and is championed by exciting producers like Fatima Al Qadiri and Wiley. And then, there’s Visionist. Visionist is a south London based Dj, and producer who has been experimenting with grime for years, and has finessed his own style within the genre. When he released I’m Fine, his six track EP based off the stages of grief, it was so calmly emotive, taking aptly chosen samples from R&B (one of his favorite genres) and pitching them to an almost unrecognizable shrill that perfectly compliments the moodiness of the EP. His presence in I’m Fine and all subsequent remixes he’s worked on since, is felt as soon as you hear one of his tracks. Visionist has a signature calmness about him that works its way into all of his music; a quiet sort of precision and control that forces everybody to slow down, despite the actual BPM’s of the track. It could be called minimalism but we prefer to call it Visionist. As with anything UK specific, the challenge is to crossover and be able to successfully transition stateside. The appeal of grime has grown enormously by the internet, and Dj’s from New York to Taipei have been creating their own versions of the sound. As for Visionist, he’s been busy travelling internationally, playing sets all over in between working on his album and managing his own record label Lost Codes, which manages other progressive artists like SD Laika. We caught up with him before his set at New Forms ’14 and asked him for some insight into the London music scene, how it’s nurtured grime and the moment he realized he was able to turn his passion into a career.

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          • 2014 잡화점 General Store_ 연기백 Yuon Ki Baik by 우리가족플레이연구소 Familyplay Research Lab


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            [2014 General Store - Family name & Given Name] 최중원 작가 인터뷰 follow at: 우리가족플레이연구소 www.familyplay.co.kr & 통의동 보안여관 artspaceboan

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            • Kyla Chevrier at Sgorbati Projects, Sept 2014


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              Kyla Chevrier talks about her work

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              • Mehdi Barakchian - 20 Something Project Interview


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                The 20 Something Project interviews comedian and producer Mehdi Barakchian. To find out more about mehdi go to www.mehdibarakchian.com

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                • David Brooks, Sept 2014


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                  David Brooks talks about his work

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                  • Mehdi Barakchian - Best Advice


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                    Mehdi Barakchian gives The 20 Something Project the Best Advice

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                    • Mehdi Barakchian - Introduction


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                      The 20 Something Project would like to introduce you to comedian Mehdi Barakchian.

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