Genre: Ambient, Minimalism, Electronic | PAL 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 4 386 kbps Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 ch. | 6.69 GB (DVD9) | 5% Recovery Length: 02:09:00|Links are interchangable
14 Video Paintings is comprised of two separate works ("Mistaken Memories of Mediaeval Manhattan" and "Thursday Afternoon") created in the early ‘80s by Brian Eno for art gallery exhibition only. Available for the first time on DVD, viewers are presented with a series of slowly evolving "video paintings," with "Thursday Afternoon" focusing on the human figure and "Mistaken Memories" on the Manhattan skyline. The music for "Thursday Afternoon" is a different version than what appears on Eno’s album of the same name, while the music that accompanies "Mistaken Memories" comes from two of his acclaimed ambient albums (On Land and Music For Airports) and features an unreleased track.
Thursday Afternoon Horizontal Vertical Colour Bar
Mistaken Memories Of Mediaeval Manhattan Horizontal Vertical