The documentary “A Dog Called Money” which was recorded during the recording of “The Hope Six Demolition Project” by PJ Harvey was finally released.
Seamus Murphy directed this living art installation where PJ Harvey sets up a recording studio made into an art studio that allows the audience to see her, almost like a two way mirror, recording process.
This is not the first time that Seamus Murphy and PJ Harvey have collaborated. Back in 2011 they worked together when Murphy 12 videos for all 12 songs for PJ’s album “Let England Shake. This time around Harvey and photographer/director Seamus Murphy traveled through Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Washington D.C. before landing back in London to record in an unprecedented and experimental way.
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