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NEWS update: 1St February 2019

Thanks to Dario, Rory, Paul, Samantha, David, and EnoWeb's own newsbot Tom Boon in no particular order for these news items.

77 Million Paintings is on show until February 24th in Dublin, Ireland, at the Gallagher Gallery in the RHA.


Two etchings by Brian appear in the Paul Stolper + ICA Editions exhibition: 'Helica Cadmium Red (Heads)' and 'Helica Cadmium Red (Tails)', both made in 2018 in editions of 25. The exhibition runs at Paul Stolper Gallery (31 Museum Street, London, UK) until 16th February.


The art project DAU is now running in Paris after yet another last-minute hitch, with "bespoke acoustic architecture" provided by Brian. This has given rise to many articles. It will visit London soon.


DiEM25 (Democracy in Europe Movement 2025) is having an online auction, and one of the lots is Brian's 'Rose'. Bidding starts on 5th February.


Brian is a guest on The Leisure Society's forthcoming double album Arrivals & Departures, and a sample of him talking about Surrender appears on the title track of Set Mo’s new album Surrender.


Brian is on the list of guests for Starmus V in Zürich, which runs from 24th to 29th June.


Roxy Music will be inducted into the Rock'n'Roll Hall o'Fame on Friday 29th March.


Gary Hustwit's film RAMS, which has original music by Brian, is now available to buy digitally via Vimeo.


Associated artists:

  • Neuroscientist Mendel Kaelen's Wavepaths site is now running, with music by Jon Hopkins
  • Bill Nelson has a journal entry with some recent reminiscences about Harold Budd

YouTube's Search function still appears to be working less well than it should. At least the University of Ambience is trying hard to restore some quality to the "Brian Eno" results, with the release of new material for its Candlemas Term.

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