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Scott King: Marxist Disco (cancelled) / Kunstverein Mnchen, Germany / Interview

March 5, 2008

Scott King started his career as a graphic designer working as art- and creative-director for the style magazines ID and Sleazenation in the 1990s. He also designed numerous record covers for the Pet Shop Boys and Morrissey. Besides his commercial activities, Scott King initiated independent projects that used the media, formats and aesthetic vocabularies of mass communication. With “Marxist Disco (cancelled)” at Kunstverein Munich presents Scott King’s first institutional solo show. In this video, Scott King and the director of Kunstverein Mnchen, Stefan Kalmár, talk about the exhibition and Scott King’s work. Opening, February 22, 2008. By VTV correspondent Grsoy Dogtas.

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