“Goat Music” is the documentation for David Shrigley’s film Laughterhouse, about goats whose cries sound like humans. Contrasting the limits of comedy with the unlimited appetite of goats, this limited artist’s edition is a prime example of Shrigley’s biting humor. more
Comprising a picture disc and an artist’s book, and published in a limited edition of 1,000, “Goat Music” includes recordings of the goats in the film as well as the soundtrack Shrigley composed to accompany the opening performance in Hydra/Deste Foundation. Shrigley note that although he also filmed goats in Malta, the goats in Scotland seem to be much happier and thus funnier because they are not used for meat production.