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Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series — Brian Eno

Brian Eno’s lectures are always top class. His wit, perception, logic and expansive spectrum of stories offer many stimulating ways to learn. In this particular lecture, he spends good time tackling the question of why we make art, and of course has a very enlightening analysis!


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