“I believe that something does not diminish by doubling it and duplicating it, and I don’t believe in the art gallery ethic of the less there is of something, the more value it has,” declares the UK collagist
"Today it’s almost impossible to think of music as anything other than immediately audiovisual." Robert Barry reads between the lines at a new exhibition about graphic scores
Kasper Opstrup cracks open the Third Mind and gets into the vibe with William Burroughs and Brion Gysin, Matmos, Jennifer Walshe, Tomomi Adachi, Kouhei Matsunaga and more
"Who am I? Where do I come from? What is my purpose in Life and what happens when I die?" all questions answered by the collagist in her new book.
The collage artist also known as People Like Us talks about her beginnings in experimental radio broadcasting in the second instalment of our oral histories series.
People Like Us collage film for improvising performers goes on a UK tour with Bill Orcutt, Philip Jeck, Rhodri Davies, Jennifer Walshe, Jaap Blonk and others.
Vicki Bennett, Chris Cutler, Scanner, Blackest Ever Black label head Kiran Sande and The Wire's Tony Herrington discuss the impact of digital technology on music making and consumption.