‘In the face of a climate crisis, why Art?’
Brian Eno considers the question - what is art for and why do we want it in our lives? In conversation with Martin Goodman
Brian Eno is a musician, producer, artist, professor and thinker whose career spans from the 1970s to present day. He’s credited with coining the phrase “ambient music” and established the genre with several pioneering albums. He has collaborated with artists such as David Bowie, Robert Fripp and David Byrne, as well as producing albums for U2, John Cale and Talking Heads.
He has created artistic installations including a 2009 project at Sydney Opera House as part of the Luminous festival. A prolific writer and creative thinker, Brian is an advocate of humanitarian causes such as the Long Now Foundation and is a trustee of ClientEarth.
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