I’ve been interviewed by a number of publications and online organisations in the last 6 Months. Most recently I sent Pasquale Napolitano answers to his set of questions for publication on the well-known Italian based digital culture blog, Digicult. The interview, Paul Prudence’s Natural Structures, concentrated on aspects of data visualisation, data transcoding, and personal aesthetics.
Towards the end of 2010 I was interviewed by Pablo IA, for an article published in the 32nd edition of the Madrid based art and design magazine, Belio. The article, ‘Into The Videodrome’ presented a group of three artists, positioning their works as neo-psychedelic. I was questioned on aspects of visual music, ‘syntheasetic art’ and the aesthetics of symmetry. Since the interview is only published in print, here’s a link to the full text version online.
Also in 2010 I was interviewed by Elif Demirci [also known as Datafobik] for the Turkish site, Muhteviyat.com. Derivating from the usual email textual approach, the answers I gave were in the form of actual recorded answers and uploaded as MP3 files. Elif questioned me on the ongoing science-art convergence and my recreational research weblog, Dataisnature.
The ghost in the machine – interview with Paul Prudence. In 2008 I was interviewed by Sarah Lugthart for Rapture as a warm-up to the artist talk I gave at Playgrounds Audiovisual Art Festival in Tilburg , Holland, in the same year.