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But Cage's soft-spoken American Zen that leaves no questions to be asked can be no less totalitarian. Lou Reed View From the Bandstand" essay from Aspen No. 32 minutes of Yoko Ono's "Cough Piece" (1963) | Kenneth Goldsmith's Poetry Foundation Fluxus podcast 3. Sculpture Mouvante - Jean Tinguely (1981) (Tom Recchion) 16. WHEN THE SACRED GINMILL CLOSES by Lawrence Block 6. Mixed Feelings Top 8 (1) Music before Revolution Perhaps the only concept album of 20th century avant-garde composer music, with music by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Earle Brown, Christian Wolff and Toshi Ichyanagi, produced in 1970s West Germany by Heinz-Klaus Metzger and Rainer Riehn in a crazy attempt to co-opt Cage for Maoism (to quote critic Diedrich Diederichsen). Allen Ginsberg talks to Margaret Mead about the origins of the term Beat | Allen Ginsberg on Ubu Web Sound 2. John Cage and Morton Feldman, "Radio Happenings I - V" 6. Ubu Web Top Fifteen January 2012 Selected by WFMU 1. La Monte Young - The Well-Tuned Piano in The Magenta Lights (87 V 10 PM – 87 V 10 AM NYC) (Tom Recchion) 15. Ken Russell - Always on Sunday (1965) Ten down-and-dirty pulp novels you need to read, from the Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society: 1. (3) Dictionary of Moscow Conceptualism [PDF] An important publication, and just one piece of evidence of Eastern European avant-garde concept art often having been better than Western conceptual art. Web Top Ten for October 2011 Selected by Vijay Seshadri 1.
Mike Kelley and Ericka Beckman - Blind Country (1989) 3. Andy Warhol - Andy Warhol Talks to The Chelsea Girls (1970-71) 5. (4) Henry Flynt & The Insurrections, I Don't Wanna (1966) The first ever punk song, and at the same time the thoroughly logical consequence of Flynt's radical analytical critique of art and politics. and Cornelius Cardew's book Stockhausen Serves Imperialism in which Cardew, founder of the Scratch Orchestra, attacked his former teacher Stockhausen for the same reasons as Henry Flynt and George Maciunas when they picketed a Stockhausen concert in 1964. Ubu Web Top Ten July 2012 Selected by Bryan Waterman 1. Ubu Web Radio Rob Walker is a contributing writer to The New York Times Magazine and Design Observer. Out of Orbit: The Life and Times of Marshall Mc Luhan (1999) (Tom Recchion) 14.
For 365 days, he wandered around Ubu Web and for one year he tweeted every day something from this website (all the above are from these 365 days, a complete list can be downloaded here.) His #superduperdecorativeart manifesto will be published this fall. John Baldessari - Six Colorful Inside Jobs (1971) 2. (3) La Monte Young, Jackson Mac Low (editor), An Anthology (of Chance Operations), 1963 [PDF] Simply a classic with which Fluxus (and everything that followed it) really began. Alan Kaprow's Untitled Essay & Other Works [PDF] 9. Michel de Certeau's The Practice of Everyday Life 11. Art & Language with Red Krayola: Nine Gross and Conspicuous Errors (1976) 13. Belinda Blignaut is a South African artist, living and working near Cape Town. Giorno Poetry Systems / Dial-a-Poem Poet recordings (1972-82) 8. "Discourses of Gender and Desire: The Semiotics of Media in the 60s,” | from Soundings, with Wayne Pond 10. Komar and Melamid & Dave Soldier - Most Un/Wanted Song 5. People Like Us & Ergo Phizmiz - Rhapsody in Glue 7. Vito Acconci - Ten Packed Minutes [MP3] Vito Acconci on Ubu Web Sound 9. Jack Smith - Flaming Creatures (Ace Farren Ford) 13.
Last publications: Anti-Media, NAi010 Publishers, 2013, What Is Post-Digital? Ubu Web Top Ten August 2014 Selected by Don Share 1. Maya Deren - A Study In Dance for the Camera Human and machine movement, timeless meshings. Jean Genet - Un Chant d’Amour Masterpiece of queer lust and love. Tracey Moffatt - Night Cries: A Rural Tragedy Reclaiming the Aboriginal image. Valerie Solanas - Scum Manifesto Cyberfeminism ahead of its time. Sun Ra - Space is the Place You have to fast-forward to the moments of beauty, but its worth it. René Viénet - Girls of Kamare More visceral and passionate than Debord's détournement.
He also works for WORM, a Rotterdam-based venue for DIY avant-garde culture. Madeleine Gins - What The President Will Say and Do Tracked this down around the time of Arakawa Gins show at Guggenheim Soho, which was a revelation 6. JG Ballard – The Atrocity Exhibition: JG Ballard and the Motor Car (1970) 5. Ubu Web Top Ten March 2014 Selected by Steve Roggenbuck 1.
Seen of the Crime, Essay on Conceptual Writing by Derek Beaulieu 7. Pierre Henri & Pierre Schaefffer - Symphonie pour un homme seul (1950; musique concrète) Writer and curator Roy Voragen is based in Bandung, Indonesia, since 2003. (2) Gertrude Stein, If I Told Him Gertrude Stein's verbal portrait of Picasso that translates the poetics of cubist painting into the grammar of spoken language. Thanks so much for asking us to do this, it was a fun sort of agony. Wolf Vostell's Sun in Your Head (Television Decollage) 6. A compilation of Gutai: Japanese Performance Art 1956-70 8. She has performed, published, collaborated and exhibited internationally. He is the author of the 33 1/3 book on Televison's Marquee Moon. Charles Amirkhanian “Just.” | Charles Amirkhanian on Ubu Web Sound 9. Salvador Dalí - A Soft Self Portrait (1967) (Ace Farren Ford) 12. Robert Duncan on Ethnopoetics: "Rites of Participation" 8.
Ten down-and-dirty pulp novels you need to read, from the Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society: The Outdoor Co-Ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society is a New York-based book club, founded in 2011, whose hundreds of members have met and red topless in dozens of locations around New York City, where female toplessness is legally permitted anywhere male toplessness is. Against Expression (PDF), edited by Craig Dworkin and Kenneth Goldsmith 6. Musique Concrète, Soundtracks To Experimental Films (1956-1978) 12. Read by Roman Jakobson whose concept of the "poetic function" is hard to get without Khlebnikov. Call Jeff One Lonely Guy First, this was AGONY as there's just way, way, way too much killer stuff on the site now, it's kind of an overload situation to think about creating some kind of lifeboat of advocacy when there's that much there, so this wouldn't be our "TOP TEN OF ALL TIME" but a kind of "TEN FOR TODAY" type of thing- we love all ten of these things and hope others do too. Germaine Dulac La coquille et le clergyman (1926) 3. Delia Derbyshire & Anthony Newley Moogies Bloogies [Derbyshire on Ubu] 5. Rosa von Praunheim Stadt der verlorenen Seelen AKA City of Lost Souls (1983) 7. John Cage "Lecture On Nothing" Performed by Kaegan Sparks Vicki Bennett aka People Like Us has archived all her work on Ubu Web. Martin Kippenberger covers Joseph Beuys' Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee (for grown-ups) | Martin Kippenberger on Ubu Web Sound 2. Survival Research Laboratories: 10 Years of Robotic Mayhe 5. Shaker Visual Poetry: Gift Drawings & Gift Songs 19. Lynda Benglis: Female Sensibility (1974) Jesse Darling [LDN/NYC] works in digital media, installation, intervention, text and video, "dasein by design", and the spaces in which performance becomes unmediated experience. Patti Smith early poetry readings & rock shows, 1971-74 Bryan Waterman teaches English at NYU, including courses on New York writing. Olivier Messiaen – Oraison, “For Ondes Martenot” | from History of Electronic / Electroacoustic Music (1937-2001) 6. Language Removal Services, “Marilyn Monroe,” | from Music Overheard 8. GUTAI - Japanese Performance Art, 1956-1970 (Tom Recchion) 11. Åke Hodell - Djurgårdsfärjan över floden Styx (Hodell on Ubu Web Sound) 2.
5 An odd piece to find on Ubu Web since it is closer to late romanticism and Bach than to, for example, Futurist intonarumori noise. Chris Burden, The TV Commercials, 1973-77 Watching these made me wonder why artists don't put more things on TV. Henning Lohner, John Cage's One11 and 103, The Making Of (1992) Seeing this documentary about composing and performing Cage's feature film made me want to reperform/remake it myself, whatever that means. Answering Machine: Labeled "Lennon, Cage, Yoko, Thanksgiving, Paik.
(8) Anton Webern, Fünf Sätze für Streichquartett Op. Yves Klein, Conference á La Sorbonne (1959) This limited-edition LP recording captures the giddy atmospherics of Klein's 1959 lecture on monochromes. Gordon Matta-Clark: Day's End (1975) Betty Susler films the guerrilla creation of a giant cut out in a sanitation department warehouse on the Hudson River: "I had no faith in any kind of permission." 9.
Carl Ruggles, Lilacs (first recording, performed by Nicolas Slonimsky) 7. Charles Ives, ‘They are There’ (Ives plays Ives) [MP3] 9. John Cage: Experiences #2 (vocals: Robert Wyatt) [MP3] 10. Mauricio Kagel - The Time Overcome - A Portrait (2007) 7. Harry Partch - The Outsider: The Story of Harry Partch (2002) 9. Ubu Web Top Ten July 2016 Selected by Wave Farm (Galen Joseph-Hunter and Emily Zimmerman) 1. Bruce Nauman - Left or Standing/ Standing or Left Standing (2005) [MP3] 13.
Ludwig Wittgenstein - A Wonderful Life (1989) Wes Del Val is Associate Publisher at power House Books in New York. Mike Kelley - The Peristaltic Airwaves (1986) [MP3] 12. Artur Zmijewski - Them (2007) Chris Hughes is an artist and curator living in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Guillaume Apollinaire - Le pont Mirabeau (Apollinaire on Ubu Web Sound) 2.