PJ Harvey Celebrates Creative Transparency with One-Way Glass Recording Studio

PJ Harvey Celebrates Creative Transparency with One-Way Glass Recording Studio
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Artist-musician PJ Harvey's project 'Recording in Progress' will see her record her ninth album inside an architectural installation at Somerset House

Emma Hutchings
  • 16 january 2015

Artist PJ Harvey has conceived a new project, which will see her in a specially-made recording studio that will enable fans to witness the creative process in person as she records her ninth album. The exhibition ‘Recording in Progress’ marks an innovative way to offer transparency as part of the music recording process.

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