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Artist Interview: RoboticHat

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Artist Interview: RoboticHat

What are your ear­li­est mem­o­ries relat­ed to art?
I can remem­ber at 5 years old ask­ing my par­ents for draw­ing books and sketch­ing images of bears and dinosaurs. Lol

How and when did you start becom­ing an artist yourself?
I real­ly felt I had a place as an artist in mid­dle school thanks to the praise from my art teacher and involve­ment in projects such as paint­ing an art car for the Hous­ton art car parade and head­lin­ing the school’s year­ly art­work book.

What was the evo­lu­tion like toward find­ing your cur­rent voice and visu­al vocabulary?
I lost touch with my artis­tic dri­ve for 14 years until I became inspired by a piece from one of my peers on social media. Since then I’ve had a a stronger desire than ever to cre­ate and share my work with every­one. I’ve learned how to work with dif­fer­ent medi­ums much more quick­ly than I thought and my work has been shared by sev­er­al YouTube channels.

What is your process like?
I real­ly don’t have much of a process. I sud­den­ly just have an idea cross my mind and have to put it to paper. I sel­dom scrap any work I start on. What I feel maybe a mis­take at first I can turn into the best part of a piece.

Is there any­thing from your artist state­ment that you wish to expound on, that you nor­mal­ly don’t have the chance to discuss?
Not that I can think of.

What do you try to con­trol in your sur­faces, and what do you leave to chance?
I leave every­thing to chance.

Where do you see your work going from here?
I would just be hap­py see­ing my work bring joy to more peo­ple hon­est­ly. I’d love to start work­ing on larg­er pieces.


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