Audio Arts: Discourse and Practice in Contemporary Art. AUDIO ARTS, William FURLONG.
Audio Arts: Discourse and Practice in Contemporary Art.

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Audio Arts: Discourse and Practice in Contemporary Art.

London: Academy Editions, 1994. First edition. 4to. Stiff wrps., 144pp. Illustrated throughout, including some colour.

Audio Arts was an audio cassette sound magazine co-founded in 1973 by Barry Barker and William Furlong which documented contemporary artistic activity through artist interviews, sound performances, and sound art by artists.

This book collects many of the interviews from its first 20 years (it ceased publication in 2006), nearly all of them conducted by William Furlong, among them: Laurie Anderson; Joseph Beuys; John Cage; Marcel Duchamp; Buckminster Fuller; Philip Glass; Richard Hamilton; Susan Hiller; Jeff Koons; Richard Long; Bruce McLean; Yoko Ono; Richard Serra; Andy Warhol; and Rachel Whiteread. Includes chronology, a catalogue, and colour illustrations of some of the cassette covers.

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