Music for Oblique Strategies about Films

Brian Eno about films as experiments:

If I go to a cinema and I look at a film, what I do is take part in a kind of role-playing. I first of all watch a world being constructed, and if the film is any good I understand what the conditions and rules of that world are, and then I watch a few people who represent certain sets and bundles of characteristics, and I see what they do and how they relate to the world. Essentially what I’m watching is a kind of experiment that’s been set up. I’m watching what would it be like if the world was like this, and what would it be like if this kind of person met that kind of person in that kind of context.

From an excellent essay by Paul Morley on the release of the next three Eno Remasters.

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