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Tony Conrad: Doing the City / Urban Community Interventions

Tony Conrad: Doing the City / Urban Community Interventions
Library Shelf Location 18.CONR
Publication Date 2012
Description

Tony Conrad: Doing the City is the first monograph printed to cover this pioneering film, video, music and installation artist's oeuvre of the last 50 years. The copiously illustrated, full-color catalogue includes essays by noted Columbia University art historian and Conrad scholar Branden Joseph; Whitney Museum Performance Curator and 2012 Whitney Biennial Curator Jay Sanders; filmmaker and Anthology Film Archives Curator Andrew Lampert; Swiss digital archivist Tabea Lurke; as well as an in-depth interview between Conrad and exhibition curator Michael Cohen examining Conrad's life and career. The catalogue also includes a bonus DVD disc, Tony Conrad: Live at 80wse. This disc includes live performances of Conrad's classic minimalist works "Chant" and "Early Minimalism: May 1965," as well as a lengthy video conversation with Conrad as he walks through his old haunts in the Lower East Side. This volume is a distillation, documentation and expansion of the acclaimed exhibition and series of concerts and educational lectures of the same name which was held at NYU's 80WSE Gallery in 2012.

ISBN 9781938922596
Quantity 1
Pages 80
Authors Michael Cohen, Jay Sanders, Tabea Lurke, Andrew Lampert, Branden Joseph
Format Paperback
Publisher 80WSE Press, New York
Related Artist Tony Conrad
Categories Film/Video/Projections etc, Audio/Sound Art/Music, Live Art/Performance
Keywords Community Engagement, Community, intervention, Cities, Transport, Participation, Experimental Music

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