Brian Eno

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Brian Eno "is a musician, composer and producer of audio and visual landscapes. Eno's synthesizer work and electronic manipulation of audio textures was first featured during the early 01970's as a founding member of Roxy Music. His solo and collaborative musical compositions with John Cale, Robert Fripp and David Bowie have been in circulation world-wide over the last 25 years. Eno has produced records for numerous artists including U2, David Bowie, Jane Siberry and performance artist Laurie Anderson, executive produced the "Help" benefit album, and performed with Pavarotti, Bono and The Edge at 01995's Modena Festival to benefit the War Child charitable organization.

"Recently, Eno has been involved in the design and production of audio/video gallery installations including "Music for White Cube" at the White Cube Gallery in London in spring 01997 and "Lightness" in the Marble Palace at the Russian Museum, St. Petersberg in November 01997. In October 01995, a permanent exhibition of his work opened at Austria's Swarovski Museum." [1]


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  1. Brian Eno, Long Now Foundation, accessed February 3, 2008.
  2. ClientEarth Trustees, organizational web page, accessed June 19, 2012.
  3. Council, European Council on Foreign Relations, accessed February 3, 2008.