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TateShots: Moby at Tate Modern

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Uploaded on May 20, 2011

Moby, king of ambient electronic music, had a childhood fantasy of being left alone in a museum after hours. TateShots made it reality, with a late night tour of Tate Modern.

Moby talks about the impact art has on his music, and picks two of his favourite works, Arshile Gorky's 'Waterfall' (1943) and Richard Serra's 'Trip Hammer' (1988).

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