When Brian Eno works his musical magic, his presence is unmistakable. You may not know of his long solo career or remember his flamboyant debut as the synthesizer stylist in the early days of Roxy Music. But if you’re a rock fan, you’ve certainly heard his studio wizardry as one of pop music’s most sought-after producers.
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Brian Eno, curator of the 2010 Brighton Festival, talks to me about art’s role in creating an alternative future, the joys of curating a major arts festival, and why people in Moulsecoomb might just appreciate Afrobeat.
Recorded at the 2010 Festival launch at Brighton Dome.
Brian Eno, musician, artist and author of 77 Million Paintings and Steven Johnson, author of Everything Bad is Good for You and The Invention of Air, come to the ICA to talk about how innovations happen and new platforms for creative thinking.