Monday, October 16, 2006

Tate Tracks

From the TATE TRACKS page on the Tate Museum's website.

Tate Tracks is an experiment between art and music.

We invited musicians to walk around Tate Modern and find a piece of art to inspire them to write a track. It's about art inspiring art. Each month, a new track will be showcased on a pair of headphones in front of the art that inspired it.

For one month, Tate Modern will be the only place in the world you can listen to it. A month later the new track will also be available here online.


The first track to appear on the site is by the Chemical Brothers. It's called The Rock Drill and accompanies a sculpture by Jacob Epstein.

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