Brian Eno Quotes and its meanings

Brian Eno has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Art Change Computers Death Dreams Experience Freedom Future Great History Intelligence Knowledge Learning Movingon Music Religion Technology Truth War Work

Brian Eno quotes about Death

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What does Brian Eno write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Brian Eno?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Brian Eno.

  • I had wanted a tape recorder since I was tiny. I thought it was a magic thing. I never got one until just before I went to art school.
  • At the beginning of the 20th century, the ambition of the great painters was to make paintings that were like music, which was then considered as the noblest art.
  • The smart thing in the art world is to have one good idea and never have another.
  • It's not the destination that matters. It's the change of scene.
  • I think most artists would be happy to have bigger audiences rather than smaller ones. It doesn't mean that they are going to change their work in order necessarily to get it, but they're happy if they do get it.
  • I take sounds and change them into words.
  • The basis of computer work is predicated on the idea that only the brain makes decisions and only the index finger does the work.
  • Everybody is entertained to death.
  • I've had quite a lot of luck with dreams. I've often awoken in the night with a phrase or even a whole song in my head.
  • We are increasingly likely to find ourselves in places with background music. No composers have thought to write for these modern spaces, which represent 30% of our musical experience.