Monday, April 22, 2013

Hospital Debuts Sound Therapy Room Designed By Brian Eno

brian enoHospital Debuts Sound Therapy Room Designed By Brian Eno:
Will the worlds of medicine and ambient music be more closely joined in the future? Via SPIN:
English doctors are instructing patients to heal themselves with Brian Eno’s restorative music.
Orthopedic surgeon Robin Turner has teamed with the hugely influential producer/sound wizard to create a “quiet room” where people can “think, take stock, or simply relax.” The £34 million private Montefiore hospital (in Hove, England) also features an Eno light and music piece in its reception area. Turner says he came up with the idea in 2010 after seeing how peaceful his normally “fidgety” mother-in-law became after visiting Eno’s audio-visual 77 Million Paintings installation.
“It seemed a natural step as I’ve been dealing with this idea of functional music for quite a few years,” said Eno, a firm believer in the idea that music can alter moods. “In the last couple of days I’ve met patients and staff who have said, ‘I really like that room, it makes a big difference.’”
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