Podcast: Ei Arakawa on Melody as Memory

Subject, Object, Verb explores the connections between artists, art and life

Ei Arakawa is an artist working in sculpture, performance and more recently, musicals. In this episode Arakawa is interviewed for the first time about his songs, which have been largely overshadowed by his largescale performances, at venues such as Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall and The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Arakawa goes on to discuss the process of writing music and some of the artists, both amateurs and stars, who have been an influence on his work since childhood.

Ross Simonini

Produced by ArtReview and Ross Simonini

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