The latest episode of the Esoteric Modulation podcast features an interview with British artist Robin Rimbaud, aka Scanner.
Rimbaud is probably best known for his albums, including Mass Observation (1994), Delivery (1997), and The Garden is Full of Metal (1998). But he has also scored 65 contemporary dance productions, created sound installations, scored a musical, collaborated on a VR ballet and more.
In this podcast, hosts Ed Ball and Ben Wilson talk with Rimbaud about his music, his multi-faceted projects, his career journey and the importance that visual art takes within his life.
You can listen to the podcast via the embed below, or via the podcast site:
The Art of Scanner Interview Topics:
Show Run-Down: 0.40
Guest into: 1.17
Robin explains his practice 2.45
How he has managed to bring together a diverse career 5.23
Bringing different projects together 12.00
Challenging himself with uncertainty and forced risk 14.20
Up and coming projects 22.40
How to move forward with improvisation 37.56
The importance of visual art in life 45.30
Tackling minimal sound projects and music 54.00
Bandcamp Album ‘The Great Crater’ 57.40
One thought on “The Art Of Scanner (Robin Rimbaud)”
This is such a great interview!Robin has an amazing work ethic,which i find so inspiring.Thanks.