Thursday, 10 April 2014

Audio Arts

In 1972 Bill Furlong launched Audio Arts, an art magazine on cassette tape. It ceased publication in 2004. Tate has spent 2 years archiving all the issues of Audio Arts to make it available to the public online (CLICK). There are 245 hours of material with 1,640 interviews with artists, critics, curators and art world figures. If you must know what Duchamp or Tracey Emin really said, this is a valuable resource. If, like me, you don't give a damn what such pretentious twerps said, it's a waste of space.


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