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The British Masters: Cosey Fanni Tutti

After Dizzee Rascal, Jimmy Page, Bryan Ferry and Mark E Smith, it’s Cosey Fanni Tuti’s turn to get the British Masters treatment as she tells Noisey’s John Doran about her career as an artist and musician which has spanned four decades.

In John’s own words, “Cosey’s work has continually innovated, challenged and outraged since the start of the 1970s, Whether as a member of the transgressive art collective Coum Transmissions or the boundary destroying industrial group Throbbing Gristle, or as an electronic musical with her partner Chris Carter. Since the 70’s, her work has brought her into direct conflict with the police, the tabloid press, the British government, the music industry and the art establishment, and despite this, she remains to this day a uniquely progressive artist.”

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