For the first in a series of commissioned mixes inspired by works in the Tate collection, London-based producer E.M.M.A creates a mix of her own tracks, including some exclusive new material, influenced by Eduardo Paolozzi’s Bash 1971

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  • Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 'Bash' 1971

    Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
    Bash 1971
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 743 x 495 mm
    Purchased 1981 The Estate of Eduardo Paolozzi

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  • E.M.M.A

    E.M.M.A
    Photographed by James Clothier

This artwork stood out to me because I often draw on American history in my own music. That’s not to say nostalgia; what I like about this picture is the vision of the future it represents, it has a sci-fi feel, which is something I am influenced by too. I like the juxtaposition between the robots and the human heart. I think it captures the imagination of the time.

1. E.M.M.A –  Glitter (Synthetti Western remix)
2. E.M.M.A –  Midnight Highway
3. E.M.M.A –  At Sea (Prelude)
4. E.M.M.A –  Pyramids
5. E.M.M.A –  Nuclear Fission
6. E.M.M.A –  Encarta ‘96 Intro
7. E.M.M.A –  Mood Ring
8. Dark0 ft. E.M.M.A –  Slo Mo

MixTate: E.M.M.A on Eduardo Paolozzi

E.M.M.A is a producer based in South West London. Her album Blue Gardens was released in 2013 on Keysound Recordings.