Interviews: Another Side of Mike Gordon [Boston Herald]

When visitors approach, the loops are triggered. It’s pretty trippy. But no more so than a Phish concert – or Minkin’s art.

“I often describe my mom as my biggest influence, partly because she’s always been into stretching limits,” Gordon said. “A typical day growing up would be coming across Mom using rollers to spread 10-gallon buckets of acrylic paints across giant canvases.

“About 20 years ago, we first thought about how cool it would be combine her visuals with my music,” he continued. “Since I was very little I liked the idea of combining the visual with the auditory.”

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