Comprehensive presentation of his pioneering work and collaborations with Robert Rauschenberg, Marcel Duchamp, and Jacqueline Matisse Monnier.
Musicological study of the genesis of Lucier’s work, and an aesthetic analysis of the role of the real within Lucier’s aesthetics.
Celebrates Art Ensemble of Chicago founder Roscoe Mitchell. An appreciation of Mitchell’s career as an improvisor, instrumentalist, composer, painter, and..(read more)
A privileged look into the life and artistic practice of the experimental filmmaker, music anthologist, and enigmatic polymath Harry Smith.
Guest curated by Kyla-Rose Smith, this issue elevates the urgent voices and vital ideas of far-flung musicians and composers, often little known outside of thei..(read more)
Reflection upon the smallness—and largeness—of living amidst a tumultuous, globally-shared moment. Mazen Kerbaj, Pat Thomas, Cory Smythe, Katie Porter, Lea ..(read more)
Nico B, a friend of Rozz Williams, edited this oversized hardcover book. Edward Colver’s photos capture rare moments, Colver and band members tell the story o..(read more)
An intriguing atmosphere that’s hard to pin down. An overall feel of heaven and hell, beauty and beastliness clashing. Angelic chants and celestial drones..(read more)
Engagingly written and a pleasant read, this extraordinary study offers fresh insights into Tudor’s reclusive personal life and elusive creative complexit..(read more)
The Hub revolutionized electronic music with democratically organized composition and performance processes operating in networks.