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Brian Eno «Generative Music 1» | Generative Music Parochial
Brian Eno, «Generative Music 1», 1996
Generative Music Parochial | © Brian Eno
Parochialkirche Berlin 1996, Freunde Guter Musik Berlin // Foto: Anno Dittmer

Berlin | Germany

 Brian Eno

b 1948 in Woolbridge (GB); 1964–1966 studied at the Ipswich Art School; 1969 Diploma of Fine Arts, the Winchester Art School; since 1994 Professorship at the Royal College of Art, London; produced first sound experiments in the 1960s, 1972 co-founded the Pop-group Roxy Music, 1973 leaves group; since then pursues a solo career and collaborates with artists such as Robert Fripp, David Bowie, Nico, John Cale; 1973 founded the Obscure record label; since then active as music producer for groups such as U2 and Talking Heads; 1975 concept for «ambient» music; since 1979 creates installations using sound, light, video, and slide projections; author of essays and short stories; plans visionary projects such as The Real World Experience Park (Barcelona) with Peter Gabriel and Laurie Anderson; 1996 completes the first musical version of the concept for generative music; numerous album releases, exhibitions, installations. Eno lives in London and Suffolk.