Pluie/Noir Podcast 020 


Sound by Suburbs.
Visual Interpretation by Ayane.
Video by Max Binski.
Pluie/Noir Podcast is a bi-monthly audio-visual episode representing our work as an artist collective. Each episode will feature a one hour collage/mix by one of our producers/djs and a poster triptych by one of our designers. 
We interviewed both artists and dropped some questions about their vision:
How are you miss Ayane?
I'm well. Specially today that I finally spoiled myself with a new gift and surrendered to the charming world of smartphones. Starting today I'll be a bit more connected to the world, and able to feed my tumblr hunger for new visuals everywhere.
What are you working on lately?
I've ben embracing one or another project in some very distinct fields, one is music related, other is make-up. In the mean time I've been investing some of my time on little formations in parallel areas to design, such as Marketing and Publicity. As long as I'm not hunting my wonder job I have to enjoy my freedom to look a little more aside and see things in another way.
This triptych looks quite different from your last contributions. How did you create it?
Indeed! This time I kept me promise. If you remember, on the previous interview I said I would dedicate myself to techniques with a more manual component. I kept the promise and used plasticine. I confess this triptych was more fun to do.
One month and a half to close 2012. What is your balance?
Well, one month and a half away of closing my 26 years of age. One year that started out busy, when I returned to my home city and developed myself artistically speaking. It was a pleasure to see this project grow and I hope that with all the fuzz about the end of the world in the end of 2012 that it does not come true. I'm sure 2013 has good things for me. In case the world does end, let's hope it is in a good way with a Pluir/Noir showcase with all its elements.
Future plans?
Continue to dedicate to what I really like to do, If possible more hours per day. The challenge is to turn my passion into my finantial support. Let new projects rain! 
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