In this two-part program from 2004, music entrepreneur Malcolm McLaren performs an impromptu monologue and exemplifies his work involving experimentation with bastard blues, chip music, and more with a fusion of Captain and Tenille and New Order.
A series of personal testimonials in the form of three interviews that reveal the intersection between creativity and disaster. Musician Esquisito, curator David Houston and artist Lee Quiñones discuss the impact of Hurricane Katrina on their work.
These audio self portraits reflect a day in each of the lives of program producers Karla Henrick, Cindy Yoon, Virginia Poundstone and others through sonic illustrations that include John Cage, Funkadelic, Kurt Cobain and personal testimonials.
The Social Center movement is a global action lead mostly by artists and activists--this recording is a great primer on the general parameters of the movement and offers a description of Alan Moore's exhibition at ABC No Rio, House Magic.
Featuring responses by artists to 9/11, The Art of 9/11 exhibition curated by Prof. Emeritus of Philosophy Arthur C. Danto aims to show how art actually embodies grief and to reflect on how artists dealt with the attack.
Interspersed with sound work, performances and more, novelist Paul Auster leads this unusual walking tour of the area surrounding the site of the World Trade Center that evokes the history of the neighborhood with surprising freedom from sentiment.