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Brian Coney
7 February 2024, 14:36

New range of colour-changing turntables announced by Brian Eno

"When it doesn’t have to do anything in particular, like play a record, it is a sculpture," said Eno of the £20,000 Turntable II


Brian Eno has announced the latest iteration in his range of colour-changing turntables.

Three years on from teaming up with Paul Stolper Gallery for the first iteration of the limited edition, colour-changing turntable, the genre-spanning auteur and ambient pioneer has announced details of 'Turntable II'.

On view at the contemporary art gallery Paul Stolper Gallery in London from 6th February until 9th March 2024, the latest version of the signature turntable - which is made out of acrylic LED lights - will be on sale as a limited run of 150 from Tuesday, 13th February.

Able to play both 33 and 45rpm vinyl, Turntable II sees Eno's exploration of light drawing influence from works such as James Turrell, Mondrian and the early 20th-century Russian avant-garde. As opposed to its first iteration, what Eno refers to as its "generative colourscapes" are said to change both independently and seamlessly. 

In a statement, he said: "It’s the softness of these colours and the way they merge with each other that is so seductive. When it doesn’t have to do anything in particular, like play a record, it is a sculpture."

The price tag for a Turntable II is £20,000 excluding VAT and features a signature from Eno and an individual edition number engraved into the side of its base.

Discover more about Turntable II here.

Last year, Eno teamed up on a collaborative ambient album with Fred Again..