Tate Tracks – Klaxons vs. Donald Judd


The excellent Tate Tracks programme continues with the Klaxons vs. Donald Judd.

Great timing for the Klaxons, who have got a strong profile right now.

“Tate Modern invited Klaxons to walk around the gallery and find a work of art that would inspire them to write a track.

In the end, it was one of Donald Judd’s Untitled 1980 which grabbed their attention. It’s an imposing sculpture made from ten pieces of aluminium and perspex stacked above each other to form a giant column. The result is their latest track.”

Check the website from January to hear the track online.


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