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Photo by: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago.
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge is seeing the future in the past. Earlier this month, the Throbbing Gristle musician, poet, and performance/visual artist spoke with Bandcamp editor and Pitchfork writer Jes Skolnik as part of Pitchfork and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s In Sight Out series, which explores new perspectives in arts and culture. P-Orridge was, as usual, a font of opnions, with no shortage of scathing remarks on the resurgence of Thatcherist fear politics, experiences with transphobia, and even the annoying proclivities of one popular rapper du jour. However, P-Orridge also shared many beatific insights on the nature of creative collaboration, the purpose of industrial rock as “an electric newspaper,” and how we all can go “the way of the spirit and the soul.” Hear it all in this podcast recorded at the event.
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