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click opera - Art students (called Brian) observed
"This is a sort of thorough, empirical, sociological study of art students at two British art schools at a very interesting moment, the late 1960s (a moment when, as the book says, anti-art became the approved art, bringing all sorts of paradoxes to the fore). I find it fascinating that such a subjective thing as developing an art practice can be studied so objectively, but then I find it amazing that art can be taught at all. The book shows the tutors and students circling each other with wariness, coolness, misunderstanding, despair, appreciation." Some great anecdotes and observation.
education  teaching  art  uk  eno  sixties  school  momus  studies 
february 2009 by infovore
blog.thoughtwax.com » Ambient software
"So that’s what I would like: software you can live with. Software that feels like music." Contextual software.
context  ambient  eno  software  art  music 
november 2008 by infovore
Godfather of Ambient Creates iPhone App | The Apple Blog
"Developed by Peter Chilvers, in collaboration with Eno, the app is described as, “Part instrument, part composition and part artwork…” The idea is that anybody can play with Bloom and coax gentle melodies and ambient soundscapes out of their iPhone."
software  music  iphone  ambient  eno  brianeno 
october 2008 by infovore

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