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Wednesday
Mar122014

A Brief History of New Music by Hans Ulrich Obrist

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—01. Edited by Lionel Bovier.
—02. Part of the Documents series.

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Hans Ulrich Obrist's follow-up to his hugely successful publication, A Brief History of Curating, is due to be released by JRP-Ringier at the end of the month. The 302-page book assembles a collection of interviews with a range of innovative musicians from the 1950s to the 1980s, including, among others, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Pauline Oliveros, Tony Conrad, Phill Niblock, Brian Eno, and Arto Lindsay.

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Thursday
Jul192012

Modern Matter - Issue 2

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—01-03. Cover and content.

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The second issue of Modern Matter magazine (previously just Matter) has recently been released. Evolving naturally from its debut, the publication continues to provide interesting editorial content, in-depth interviews, and beautiful photography. This issue features articles, interviews and editorials on and by: Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, Juergen Teller, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Marcelo Gomes.

Modern Matter

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Tuesday
Nov012011

Zero 1 Magazine - Documented

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—01. Hans Ulrich Obrist by Jonnie Craig.

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A new issue of the online magazine Zero 1 rises from the internet ether. Always worth spending a good while peeking around, the current issue's theme is "Documented". Perhaps the highlight of the whole issue, at least as far as I'm concerned - and one that sits perfectly well within the theme itself - is a great interview with the conversational and curatorial legend Hans Ulrich Obrist. As a longtime personal hero of mine, it was great to read something new on someone who has written, listened to, and said so much. Don't shy away from the rest of the content either, because there's a lot of other great stuff in there too, including work by and on: Maia Ruth Lee and Peter Sutherland, Confetti System, Ari Marcopoulos, Steven Shearer, and Andy Beach of Reference Library fame, to name but a few.

Zero 1 Magazine - Documented