Alexander Scriabin
1872 – 1915

Often credited as being the “first multimedia artist” — and later adopted by the sixties counterculture as “the first flower child,” with his visage featured prominently on many posters in San Francisco head shops — Scriabin, a Theosophist like Wilfred, long struggled to realize his dream of interweaving music and light play. Influenced by Richard Wagner’s concept of the total theater, Scriabin intended for his never-realized Mysterium to be a cosmic universal event en plein air, in which the sun, …

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