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.

4 Responses to “All Art Radio March 12, 2010”

  1. Reelboy says:

    Thank you very much! Glad you’re back. I’ve got an itch purchasing finger, hope the shows for sale function is fixed soon as well.

  2. Reelboy says:

    Make that itchy …

  3. headflap says:

    this was the mostest funnest episode of allartradio i’ve heard yet.

    interested in seeing don’s new art.
    i have friends of friends at philadelphia museum of art. you know, the rocky stairway et al.

    ooooooh i’m up to the schoenberg section now… 🙂

    i finally found vid footage of show where i wore my copyright infringement tshirt.


  4. PhantomGuitarist says:

    I was only very recently converted to Kraftwerks genius when Minimum Maximum was shown on BBC Three. I began watching thinking I’d last a song if I was lucky, and found myself awestruck when I realised I’d just sat through an hour and enjoyed it immensely.

    Then I bought the DVD.