Nonbinary

A Memoir

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A revealing memoir from a pioneering industrial music and visual artist who inspired generations of outsiders, rebels, and risk takers.

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Genesis P-Orridge

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A revealing memoir from a pioneering industrial musician and visual artist who inspired generations of outsiders, rebels, and risk-takers

In a memoir spanning decades of artistic risk-taking, Genesis P-Orridge, the inventor of “industrial music,” founder of Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV, and world-renowned ?ne artist takes us on a journey through creativity and destruction, pleasure and pain. Genesis’s unwillingness to be stuck—in one place, in one genre, or in one gender—will be an inspiration to the newest generation of trailblazers and nonconformists. It’s for an audience that cannot and will not be ignored. Nonbinary has far-reaching potential because of Genesis’s remarkable body of work. It is full of great stories about Genesis’s experiences with icons like William S. Burroughs and Ian Curtis.

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Weight 627 g
Dimensions 16.1 x 23.6 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 2 September 2021
Number of pages 352
Format Hardback
Dimensions 16.1 x 23.6 cm
Weight 627 g

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Genesis P-Orridge is a founder of artistic collectives, the inventor of industrial music and a maker of experimental music in Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV, with more than 200 musical releases. Genesis was called a “wrecker of civilization” during a session of British Parliament, is the co-instigator of the Pandrogeny Project, and is a global icon in the avant-garde art scene. Their archives were recently acquired for the permanent collection of London’s Tate Modern. They live in New York City. Tim Mohr has cowritten bestselling memoirs by Gil Scott-Heron, Paul Stanley, and Du? McKagan, as well as a forthcoming memoir with Joe Walsh of the Eagles. His own book, Burning Down the Haus, a history of East German punk rock, earned praise from Rolling Stone, Billboard, NPR, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and others. He lives in New York City.