September 2, 2003

Motherbaugh's Musical Muse

Cinecultist has to sort of hate people who can express themselves in more than one medium, but that rule must be suspended for Mark Mothersbaugh, the amazing composer of Wes Anderson's movie soundtracks (more mood inhancers really than pop mix soundtrack) who also creates fine art (shown recently in the East Village's Fuse Gallery). Aaron Zimmerman interviews him in two parts [I, II] in this month's New York Arts Magazine wherein he tells a hilarious story about doing angel dust with Andy Warhol and Michael Jackson at Studio 54 as well as some of his impressions of working with Anderson.

Posted by karen at September 2, 2003 7:50 AM