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Archive for September, 2010

Tarkovsky films available online

By L ( Elizabeth ) Lawes, on 28 September 2010

tarkovsky.jpgAndrei Tarkovsky’s seven feature films are now available to watch online at the Open Culture website. Open Culture has also compiled an extensive list of films available from other sources, including titles by Ken Loach, Frank Capra, Sergei Eisenstein, Fritz Lang and many more.

John Cage in The New Yorker

By L ( Elizabeth ) Lawes, on 28 September 2010

John CageSelected issues from the online archive of the New Yorker are now freely available, including this interview with John Cage from November 1964.

Flux Art: An Historical Perspective

By L ( Elizabeth ) Lawes, on 24 September 2010

georgebrecht.jpeVisit the Internet Archive to listen to an interview with George Brecht, Fluxus artist and avant-garde composer.

Summer acquisitions

By L ( Elizabeth ) Lawes, on 24 September 2010

Brion GysinNew items added to the Art collections over the summer include:

Gysin, Brion. Dream machine. Merrell / New Museum, 2010. ART MU 19 GYS
Gann, Kyle. No such thing as silence: John Cage’s 4’33″. Yale University Press, 2010. ART PX 20 CAG
Milner, Greg. Perfecting sound forever: the story of recorded music. Granta, 2009. ART PX 20 MIL
Philosophers on art from Kant to the Postmodernists: a critical reader. Columbia University Press, 2010. ART BA KUL
Molderings, Herbert. Duchamp and the aesthetics of chance: art as experiment. Columbia University Press, 2010. ART MF 19 DUC

For the full list visit LibraryThing

Brian Eno Interviewed on KPFA’s Ode to Gravity, 1980

By L ( Elizabeth ) Lawes, on 24 September 2010

eno73a.jpeVisit the Internet Archive to stream a 1980 interview with Brian Eno in which he discusses, among other things, the influence of phonetic poetry, Kurt Schwitters, Hugo Ball, and Richard Huelsenbeck.