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Roger Eno & Brian Eno In Conversation w/ Liz Warner In Conversation

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To coincide with the opening of the Mixing Colors Installation at Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in Los Angeles & the announcement of ‘A Quiet Scene: LA’ film project in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon, dublab welcomes Brian Eno and Roger Eno to it’s airwaves for a special interview hosted by Liz Warner about the Mixing Colours + A Quiet Scene projects.

Inspired by the Enos’ Mixing Colours project, the installation will feature 100+ short films to be shown daily at Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in Los Angeles from 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. (PST) from January 22 – February 21, 2021. The experience will transform Jerry Moss Plaza into a tranquil and meditative space. Visitors can enjoy the short films and ambient, soothing music from a safe outdoor location. This installation is free and open to the public. Masks and social distancing are required.

A Quiet Scene: L.A. is a free film project and screening initiative that encourages professional and amateur filmmakers alike to create a short original film that is an authentic reflection of Los Angeles during current times. Each short film should use one of the seven tracks featured on Roger and Brian Eno’s Luminous EP as its soundtrack and will be evaluated based on interpretation of “a quiet scene,” interpretation of Los Angeles, and creativity and originality of the work. Production quality and value will also be taken into consideration.

A Quiet Scene: L.A. provides a Los Angeles perspective to the highly successful 2020 public audio-visual project—A Quiet Scene—created by Deutsche Grammophon and the Eno brothers in 2020 in support of their Mixing Colours album; this program featured short scenes shot by people from their newly found confined spaces at home in the first wave of the global pandemic.

The competition/screening project is presented by The Music Center, Los Angeles’ performing arts center, and dublab, a community supported radio station based on Los Angeles, and in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon.

For those who are unable to see the installation in person, Join dublab and The Music Center for a special 72-hour livestream of Brian and Roger Enos’ A Quiet Scene global video collaboration from the comfort of your own home, starting on Friday, January 22,2001,at noon (PST). Access the stream at
https://youtu.be/5hLcrRiTnkQ or https://youtu.be/bE4anZeU3LU

Learn more:
www.musiccenter.org⁠⠀⠀
www.mixing-colours.com
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Thank you to Brian and Roger Eno, as well as to our collaborators at The Music Center, Deutsche Grammophon, and Universal Music Enterprises, for making this very special installation possible.⁠

About Liz Warner:
Liz Warner is a radio host and producer, DJ, voice actor and music journalist based in Los Angeles. Liz first took to the airwaves in Detroit in 1995. Over 12 years and thousands of radio hours, she provided a platform for deep music and arts exploration. Liz has a long history of interviewing both established and emerging artists of many forms – including musicians, performance and visual artists, authors, filmmakers and more – for not only radio but for print and stage. Hear Liz with “Alternate Take” monthly on dublab.


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To coincide with the opening of the Mixing Colors Installation at Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in Los Angeles & the announcement of ‘A Quiet Scene: LA’ film project in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon, dublab welcomes Brian Eno and Roger Eno to it’s airwaves for a special interview hosted by Liz Warner about the Mixing Colours + A Quiet Scene projects.

Inspired by the Enos’ Mixing Colours project, the installation will feature 100+ short films to be shown daily at Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in Los Angeles from 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. (PST) from January 22 – February 21, 2021. The experience will transform Jerry Moss Plaza into a tranquil and meditative space. Visitors can enjoy the short films and ambient, soothing music from a safe outdoor location. This installation is free and open to the public. Masks and social distancing are required.

A Quiet Scene: L.A. is a free film project and screening initiative that encourages professional and amateur filmmakers alike to create a short original film that is an authentic reflection of Los Angeles during current times. Each short film should use one of the seven tracks featured on Roger and Brian Eno’s Luminous EP as its soundtrack and will be evaluated based on interpretation of “a quiet scene,” interpretation of Los Angeles, and creativity and originality of the work. Production quality and value will also be taken into consideration.

A Quiet Scene: L.A. provides a Los Angeles perspective to the highly successful 2020 public audio-visual project—A Quiet Scene—created by Deutsche Grammophon and the Eno brothers in 2020 in support of their Mixing Colours album; this program featured short scenes shot by people from their newly found confined spaces at home in the first wave of the global pandemic.

The competition/screening project is presented by The Music Center, Los Angeles’ performing arts center, and dublab, a community supported radio station based on Los Angeles, and in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon.

For those who are unable to see the installation in person, Join dublab and The Music Center for a special 72-hour livestream of Brian and Roger Enos’ A Quiet Scene global video collaboration from the comfort of your own home, starting on Friday, January 22,2001,at noon (PST). Access the stream at
https://youtu.be/5hLcrRiTnkQ or https://youtu.be/bE4anZeU3LU

Learn more:
www.musiccenter.org⁠⠀⠀
www.mixing-colours.com
⁠⠀⠀
Thank you to Brian and Roger Eno, as well as to our collaborators at The Music Center, Deutsche Grammophon, and Universal Music Enterprises, for making this very special installation possible.⁠

About Liz Warner:
Liz Warner is a radio host and producer, DJ, voice actor and music journalist based in Los Angeles. Liz first took to the airwaves in Detroit in 1995. Over 12 years and thousands of radio hours, she provided a platform for deep music and arts exploration. Liz has a long history of interviewing both established and emerging artists of many forms – including musicians, performance and visual artists, authors, filmmakers and more – for not only radio but for print and stage. Hear Liz with “Alternate Take” monthly on dublab.


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support

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