Radio and TV tunes used by the BBC, prominently featuring EMS synthesizers (VCS 3 and “Delaware” Synthi 100), with a standard rock-based session ban..(read more)
This Semiotext(e) journal (1978) documented the chaotic creativity of an emerging downtown New York scene, and offered interviews with artists, theorists, write..(read more)
Welcome reissue of a live 1973 Radio Bremen recording, where drummer (the terms sounds almost too boring for him!) Bennink performs solo. But he’s got a c..(read more)
A crucial figure in 1960s-70s avant-garde film, Paul Sharits was a pioneer of structuralist cinema, an approach to filmmaking that emphasizes and explores the f..(read more)
Originally associated with the French New Wave, later relegated to the fringe of the cinematic avant-garde, Marcel Hanoun (1929-2012) is finally brought to the ..(read more)
An interdisciplinary and sweeping overview,, Toop introduces the philosophy and practice of free improvisation (both musical and otherwise) within the historica..(read more)
A survey of the work of Michael Gibbs whose activities included poetry, performance, film and publishing, and his immersion in what he called “a genuinely..(read more)
For Lichtenstein, Native American art provided a historical base for American art, reminiscent of African art’s relationship to early European modernism.