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BARON LANTEIGN Written by: Zebrina Garcia If anyone is pushing the elements of visual art, it's Canadian resident, Baron Lanteigne. His digital practice holds your attention to different elements of perspective by using tools of video, sound, programming, and electronics. Diving into a virtual realm of his imagination, each project consists of ambitious human and digital conversions. Lanteigne progressively reforms the way art can be applied, digested, and displayed. For our next MEDIUM feature, read about Baron Lanteigne's journey in his artistic development and process. How long have you been creating art? idk What is your typical process for creating a virtually immersive piece? A typical animation requires the artist to frame the action and only create what is within the frame. This type of framing allows for very strong storytelling because every frame introduces a meaningful element or event and each frame is isolated from the other by a cut. In m


NOAH GARTON (MAJOR) Written by: DEVON Hi there! Welcome to MEDIUM! This new interview series is focused on visual artists using all kinds of mediums to express their creativity. We hope this series gives you insight into artists’ inspiration, process and style. Our first MEDIUM interview comes from Noah Garton who goes by the alias “major”. Noah is 18 years old and is from Essex, UK. How long have you been creating art? Mmnnnmnm well it wasn't as simple as an 'ok art time' type thing. I started out making awful ear-rape memes and shit-posts for my own entertainment in early 2015 with Sony Vegas, and then transitioned to cover art and animations along the way somehow. Here's the earliest known meme I have (please. kind reviews only) … But I think I properly started in November 2017 when, after a few first attempts at art, my friend Ari took £100 off me and threatened to donate it to UKIP (very right wing


DJ/PRODUCER: HEADSTONE From Melbourne, Australia, DJ and producer headstone delivers a smoothly chaotic mix for us to enjoy. Carefully selected tunes from artists he's been indulging in over the past year, headstone helps us tip our toes in a glistening pool of diverse tracks.  "I haven’t made a mix in over a year, so I took this as an opportunity to put together my favourite tracks I’ve found in the past year plus a few of my own. It’s jam packed with dark, heavy-hitting and melodic club music, featuring a lot from my favourite label Fractal Fantasy. Sinjin, Zora and the rest of their crew are my main inspiration at the moment and I feel they are the only collective that are truly pushing boundaries in our field right now. The rest is filled out with a bit of a UK influence I’ve had recently from the likes of Distro, sente and Bromley, plus a few heaters from my US club music friends and Jersey legends. I generally operate on an 'all killer, no filler' approac