Although Eno is best known for being a musician and a producer, he is much more—the Guardian describes him as an “intellectually mobile loner, scene-setter, systems lover, obstinate rebel, techno-prophet, sensual philosopher, courteous progressive, close listener, gentle heretic, sound planner, adviser explorer, pedant and slick conceptual salesman, and devoted fan of the new, undrab and surprising…” (Morley, 2010).
The interactive triptych introduces the exhibition, drawing the duality between Eno as a deity in the eyes of fans, contrasted by Eno’s past internal conflict with Catholicism. When a visitor walks past, particles form into ‘ENO.’ When another visitor walks past, particles reform into ‘ONE.’
The exhibition features a sound-reactive drawbot and a book centered around his life.
Brian Eno was born in 1948 in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England. Eno is a musician, composer, record producer, singer, and visual artist, known as one of the innovators of generative and ambient music.
— Three printed posters,
— 200+ page book,