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Published on Feb 3, 2010
In this film, interspersed with live footage from her bands Throbbing Gristle and Chris and Cosey, artist and musician Cosey Fanni Tutti talks about her distaste for decorative art and how her music is all about emotion. Cosey is the ideal artist to start our new series on art and music - Sound & Vision - having worked across the two mediums since 1969.
The artist also discusses her work from the 1970s, in which she modeled for glamour magazines as a way to explore the commodification of sex. It would have been hypocritical, she explains, to use images of other people when she could have done it herself. Moving seamlessly between the sex, art and music industries, Cosey puts herself at the heart of her artistic output.