All Art Radio

Jan. 22, 2010
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.

5 Responses to “All Art Radio”

  1. MentalMan says:

    Here’s that sucker Marcel Duchamp gloating for hours about his shitty work’s “artistic” value for the n-th time, and DADA trisomic babblers. Just proving again that you can sell shit for gold if you intellectualise it enough because arty-people are scared to be considered stupid if they don’t buy it. At last there’s some Beatles studio recordings to save the day. Why such concern about Art when usually the most interesting parts of Over The Edge come from Un-Artistic sources (advertising, noise, radio-talk, whatever…)? Hope the next “Artists” we hear are less egocentric & boring than this out-dated jerk…

  2. PhantomGuitarist says:

    Art is as art does, MentalMan….

    Not listened yet, but have actually been enjoying previous intellectualising from other artists. Agree that some of the more interesting stuff on OTE tends to come from adverts etc. Still missing HRWD, personally, but I guess it had to end…

  3. MentalMan says:

    Sorry, I got a bit angry there. We already heard Duchamp’s interview a month ago, that’s the thing that really bugs me. As for the future artists, I would rather like to hear about Katharina Fritsch’s Rat King, Jeff Koons, and the guy who uses real preserved corpses.

  4. Reelboy says:

    Thanks again, Over the Edge!

  5. Doktor Poon says:

    All Art is Lies