VISIONIST'S MIX INSPIRED BY PAINTER FRANCIS BACON

Visionist's Mix Inspired By Painter Francis Bacon
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VISIONIST'S MIX INSPIRED BY PAINTER FRANCIS BACON



Written by Fin Murphy
04 Wednesday 04th May 2016

South London experimental producer Visionist - aka Louis Carnell - has created a mix for Tate Britain inspired by Francis Bacon's 1952 work Study For A Portrait. His 20-minute mix features Phillip Glass and John Cage alongside several cuts from his 2015 album Safe, a record conceptually grounded in Carnell's anxiety attacks. Other MixTate contributors include Lixo and Prayer.

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