Brian Eno’s LED Colour Altering Turntable Spins an Ambient Temper

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Musician and composer Brian Eno, renown for a legendary catalog of sparsely inhabited and evocative soundscapes that has outlined and continues to form a complete style of ambient music, is now apparently a turntablist of types. Whereas extensively recognized for his aural compositions, lesser recognized is the artist’s impressed exploration of sunshine as a medium realized within the type of LED-illuminated gentle containers. A restricted assortment of LED-illuminated turntables created in collaboration with London’s Paul Stolper Gallery is Eno’s newest meditation of colorscapes.

With a restricted version run of fifty, the turntable is clearly extra artwork piece than audiophile part, with every unit engineered to accommodate a duo of multi-color LED illumination inside the turntable’s acrylic base and platter, spinning to provide a haunting subtle glow of energized colour combos.

Referencing the sunshine sculptures of James Turrell and early twentieth century summary compositions of suprematism, the turntable is imagined to interpret music right into a “tangible” gentle, swaths of illuminated hues “…as if caught in a cloud of vapor.”

“You may have the concept this small factor, which may’t comprise that many directions, produces this massively advanced interwoven, interdependent world,” explains Eno concerning the mission, “One of many issues I like about this piece of labor is that it stands as proof of that.”

No pricing has been revealed for this restricted run of fifty artist-signed turntables solely out there via the Paul Stolper Gallery, hinting if it’s a must to ask, you most likely can’t afford it.

Gregory Han is Tech Editor of Design Milk. A Los Angeles native with a profound love and curiosity for design, mountaineering, tide swimming pools, and street journeys, a collection of his adventures and musings might be discovered at gregoryhan.com.