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All Art Radio March 26, 2010

Solo
Beginning with Manets Olympia, 19th Century Impressionism, and what they were after, we move on through the effects on art of the industrial age and technological evolution, move into a live performance of Negativlands Booper Symphony #1, which continues with many more bits on the procedural and philosophical practice of art, museums speaking, and painters on their paintings. Also Izzy Isnt meets Happy Hazard.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio Feb 26, 2010

Solo
We begin with Joey Scaggs discussing the ins and outs of making his hoax art to the tune of Negativlands little hoax, Helter Stupid. Then a painting popularity poll, furniture, architecture, and some intimate feelings they can evoke, and a lot of commentary by artists and critics on modernism and post modernism and where it all might be going, backed up by noise from art music and our phone Receptacle.
3 Hours

 

All Art Radio March 12, 2010

Max, Tim, Matt, Don.
Three long time listeners with noisemakers join me on the air in this All Art mix of artists, curators, and critics. Kraftwerk is featured with their synthesis of electronic and industrial music and noise and minimalism in art continues as art imitates the age of the machine. Also, the working process of Robert Rauschenberg, Van Gough suffers and goes insane, pitch in sound is explored, one woman caller stays on the air for the whole show, and more.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio Feb 19, 2010

Jon Leidecker, Don.
Wobbly joins me for this live mix of James Joyce, Jackson Pollock, and more. We begin with a mix of Finnegans Wake with itself – a mashed up, simultaneous layering from four discs of the read masterwork. Then we move on with general All Art
commentary and a detailed analysis of the all-over drip paintings of Jackson Pollock from the late ‘40s and early ‘50s. A dense, /”difficult listening/” mix that never lets up but containing many happy, spattering sound collisions.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio

Feb. 12, 2010
Solo

A multiply diverse mix of odd outer art music and artists set in music as in DJ Spookys Rhythm Science and The Art Of Noises Debussy. Also Carl Andres bricks, Cristos Rocky Mountain river work, Anti-art from 60 Minutes and an ensuing media debate about it, Art For Arts Sake, novel writing, and general artist and critic commentary on what art might be and how to do it. Lots of Receptacle callers also chime in and we lose KZFR for good.

3 Hours.

All Art Radio

Jan. 29, 2010
Solo
What began as a three hour show turns into five. Beginning with drama, literature, and story telling, we then move through electricity (the nature of which Crosley Bendix reviews) and sampling, remixing, and the art tradition of content appropriation. When its over, Puzzling Evidence doesnt show up for his show so I reluctantly sit in with Puzzlings cohorts, Dr. Hal and Philo, for another two hours of puzzling talk, talk, talk.
5 Hours.

All Art Radio

Jan. 22, 2010
Solo
Starting with the turn of the 20th century, David Hockney discusses Cubism and why its not over. We also hear about the formation of The Cabaret Voltaire from some who were there and Marcel Duchamp describes his work at that time. Then Crosley Bendix reviews the medium of dance and we turn to The Beatles art and how it has become the content of other audio art since.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio

Jan. 15, 2010
Solo
After drawing in Dustys coloring book and a /”Sound Spot,/” we devote this entire program to the life and times of Andy Warhol, including many of the freakish cohorts and hangers-on who occupied Andys factory. A tale of self-conscious fame and celebrity punctuated by drugs and death, all in the name of art.
3 Hours.

Christmas Garbage

Dec. 25, 2009
Solo
Heres all the junk thats fit to celebrate, including much attempted holiday music from The Jethros, music boxes from around the world, Christmas fiction with Doris Day, more fiction from World War Two, and even more fiction from The Bible. Also, Barbie & Ken in space, John Waters on his favorite bad Christmas music, Tarzans Christmas, and more.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio

Dec. 18, 2009
Solo
This one focuses down on two artists, Captain Beefheart and Laurie Anderson. The Captain begins it with many lesser known performances and poetry with comments from former Magic Band members, and Laurie ends it with a lot of her works and an appearance at /”Speaking Of Music/” in San Francisco in 1984 where she demonstrates some of her technology. In between is comb music from the Weathermans house.
3 Hours.