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Re: Brian Eno Installation at SFMOMA
> In a message dated 05/07/2001 12:44:06 AM Central Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
>> Today, I went to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to see the
>> exhibition. Brian Eno set up an intriguing installation. It is a
>> room with strands of ornamental lights going from floor to ceiling
>> and a
>> posed manequin in the corner. A dozen boom box CD players playing
>> the same
>> looper of ambient music at different intervals were located at key
>> spots in
>> the room. Thus, standing in different parts of the room would
>> "emphasize" a
>> different part of the music. A very interesting example of Eno's
>> fascination with system-oriented art.
> Some Christmas tree lights, a mannequin, and a bunch of jam-boxes.
> Speaking as a guy who used to be glommed on to Apollo and Music For
> (You Name
> It), I don't think the Domed One has much to reveal anymore.
> a loop supreme,
el lupo supremo,
i hope you never create enough great stuff in a lifetime so that people
begin to feel obligated to dis you like that!