24 hours with Brian Eno
By The Art Newspaper. From In The Frame
Published online: 03 May 2013
Brian Eno is probably best known for his music, but he never seems to have forgotten his art school roots. His 2006 release of 77 Million Paintings, a DVD which matched randomized images to Eno’s signature ambient music, should be proof enough of that. New York fans of Eno now have the opportunity to share the experience with one another. At 11:59pm tonight, 3 May, 77 Million Paintings will make its East Coast debut with a visual and audio installation at Café Rogue which continues for 24 hours. Fans with tickets—unfortunately all sold out—will have the chance to bask in the work’s mesmerizing glory for two hours at a time. The show continues through 2 June.
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