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All Art Radio – Your Brain is Art – Part 4

All Art Radio – Your Brain is Art – Part 4


May 19, 2011


Solo


This art proposal continues with John Cage speaking throughout, along with other speech and vocal noise pieces, clips of found sound about the brain and how it works with perception and decision making, lots of brain music, and a complete play of Negativland’s “Perfect Cut.”


3 Hours.


All Art Radio – Your Brain is Art – Part 3

All Art Radio – Your Brain Is Art – Part 3


April 29, 2011


Solo


More brains and art colliding with found sounds. Bob and Ray lead us through a castle full of “experiments.” The neural paths of decision making, curiosity and its effects, sampling as copyright infringement as artistic inhibition, and lots of brainy audio art, musical and otherwise, throughout.


3 Hours.


All Art Radio – Your Brain is Art – Part 2

All Art Radio – Your Brain Is Art – Part 2


April 22, 2011


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Brains and art continue with the nature of hearing and how it works, brain fitness, comedy critics tackle nasty words, the demise of the CD, artist descriptions and comments on their work, noise and emotion in music, and Receptacle callers have their say. Then I sit in for Puzzling Evidence and talk to Dr. Hal for another two hours.


5 Hours.


All Art Radio – Your Brain is Art – Part 1

All Art Radio- Your Brain Is Art – Part 1


April 15, 2011


Solo


Where all art resides, our brains are the focus here and their relationship with stimulus like art. How the brain works, reality in the brain, the brain and vision, plus lots of so called music and so called noise to challenge your brain.


3 Hours.


All Art Radio – Sample This

All Art Radio- Sample This


April 1, 2011


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Genuine pirates host this five hour array of samplers, sampling, and copyright in music. Lots of music, new and old, from the history of sampling with a major focus on Hip Hop’s role, documentary clips on the practice, Negativland and others play with the U-2/Negativland copyright lawsuit, and Crosley Bendix discusses the Copyright Act.


5 Hours.


March 25, 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

March 25, 2011

Solo

A wide ranging mix of found sound relating to what art might be, including cartoon cell collecting from The Howard Stern Show, interviews with painters and sculptors old and new, critics commentary, descriptions of works, audio art pieces, and heavy traffic on our receptacle phones.

3 Hours.

 

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March 18, 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

March 18, 2011

Solo

After a welcoming song by Allen Ginsberg, we range through a Dada inspired collage of Dada poems and other more modern vocal sounds and noises. Then its audio art pieces with commentary by artists and critics, – artist interviews, more music, more noise, and The Firesign Theatre brings us “Art of the Insane.”

3 Hours.

 

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March 11, 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

March 11, 2011

Adam Shaw and Don

Adam joins me to mix this tribute to a single artist, The Weatherman. With fully explained, on-the-air technical difficulties, we hook up with The Weatherman in Washington state via his computer there, plus his own self live on our phone. We cover a whole lot of Weatherman works, early and late, and keep a running commentary going with him via phone. A rare appearance.

3 Hours.

 

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February 25, 2011 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Feb. 25, 2011

Solo

Rebellion and rebels in modern art is touched on throughout, as well as David Ossman’s fight with NPR over John Cage and his collage radio show in the 80s, more interviews with artists, the art of fashion design, literary criticism, and The Firesign Theatre on the air.

3 Hours.

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February 18, 2011 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Feb. 18, 2011

Solo

Beginning with Mingus, some jazz talk, and – “Certain Men” – a new Weatherman work mixed live, we move through an essay, “Radio Music,” by Jon Leidecker read by a computer, and various other art related talk and music. Lots of Receptacle callers.

3 Hours.

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