Christian Marclay in conversation with Tim Marlow
Artist and composer Christian Marclay is known for his distinctive fusion of image and sound. Celebrated as a pioneer of turntablism, Marclay transforms sound and music into visual and physical forms through performance, collage, sculpture, large-scale installations, photography, and video.
To coincide with the exhibition Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers, Christian Marclay discusses his work and fascination with electronic music with the Design Museum’s Chief Executive Tim Marlow.
Tim Marlow is a leading curator, writer and broadcaster. He was Director of Exhibitions at White Cube for over 10 years before moving to the Royal Academy of Arts in 2014. He has worked with many of the most important and influential artists and architects of our time. He will start his new role at the Design Museum in January 2020.
Background image | Christian Marclay, David Bowie (from the series "Body Mix"), 1991, Photo: Steven Probert © Christian Marclay. Courtesy Paula Cooper, Gallery, New York