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ENO, Brian

‘Perhaps it’s an attempt to answer the huge unanswered question, the dirty secret of the art world: what is art actually for?’

Series: Lunchtime Lecture
Date: Friday 24 February 2012
Time: 13:00
Venue: Lecture Hall
Running time: 75 mins

‘… six weeks ago we were in a cab crossing the Thames on our way back to Notting Hill with Brian Eno and Diego Cortez – we’d just seen the Gerhard Richter and Pipilotti Rist shows. Brian was discussing the contents of a book project he has been talking about for a number of years: “… an attempt to answer the huge unanswered question, the dirty secret of the art world: what is art actually for?”
… I think this would make a really inspiring talk for the First Year students …’.

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