Posts tagged with "Pauline Oliveros"

Music As Studio Art: An Interview With Morton Subotnick

October 12, 2017

Music As Studio Art: An Interview With Morton Subotnick Morton Subotnick is one of the most significant figures in electronic music history. His seminal Silver Apples of the Moon emerged as the first fully electronic album ever recorded and has since been included in the National Recording Registry within the Library of Congress. To realize this work, Subotnick... 

Week in Review #24

June 21, 2014

Week in Review #24 #1 – 6/15/2014 – “…one person’s hard-won virtuosity is another person’s competent conventionality.” My week began with an entertaining essay from The New Republic’s art critic Jed Perl, riffing obliquely on the contemporary art scene’s search for authenticity... 

Essay: A Case for Experimental Music

June 7, 2013

Essay: A Case for Experimental Music We come into this world knowing nothing, feeling everything. All stimuli are new, the whole world an ever-expanding source of wordless wonder. Then the world is explained away, its possibilities bounded by logic, and some of the magic is lost. But sometimes we hear a new sound, or see a new sight, and...