David Byrne

Interview

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Chairs that look like DNA molecules made out of tinker-toys, corporate signs with hidden messages, and trees that diagram everything from the future of rock n' roll to the results of bad habits -- David Byrne has made them all. The former Talking Heads member spends most of time on visual art now. Kurt Andersen takes a tour of Byrne's studio, and tries to stop making sense of it all.

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David Byrne

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