Brian Eno : Visual Music
World-renowned musician Brian Eno is celebrated in this comprehensive monograph for his equally innovative explorations in the world of visual art. Spanning more than thirty large-scale projects over forty years of work, this book weaves a dialogue between Eno's museum and gallery installations and his musical endeavors--which have included collaborations with everyone from Devo and the Talking Heads to U2--all illustrated in archival materials, many never before published, including sketchbook pages, installation views, screen shots and more. Texts by Steve Dietz, Brian Dillon, Roy Ascott, and William R. Wright contextualise Eno's contribution to new media art, while text by Eno himself reveals a first-person glimpse into his creative thinking and process. Every copy includes a download code for a previously unreleased piece of music created by Eno, making this collection a must-have for Eno fans and collectors everywhere.
- Hardback | 416 pages
- 212 x 259 x 43.18mm | 1,778.08g
- 01 Nov 2013
- CHRONICLE BOOKS
- San Francisco, United States
- full colour photos throughout
"For more than 40 years Brian Eno 'has explored the complex relationship between light and sound, ' Christopher Scoates writes in Brian Eno: Visual Music, a beautifully designed analysis of how Eno became 'completely enveloped in new and unorthodox ways of thinking about the world, visual ideas and music.' This is a catalog of awesome accomplishments, in which we see how Eno's 'parallel practices have often informed each other.'" - New York Times Book Review
About Brian Eno
Brian Eno was born in Suffolk, England in 1948. After graduating from the Winchester School of Art, Eno began experimenting with the medium of televison and manipulating light. He is internationally known for his work as a musical collaborator with international rock musicians including Roxy Music, U2, Coldplay, David Bowie, and The Talking Heads, among many others. His own series of Ambient records have influenced a whole generation of artists and artistic styles and he continues to be a major reference point for musicians, artists an thinkers from all walks of life.