A collection of some of the essays and lectures that have made Cage's name synonymous with all that is unpredictable and exciting in contemporary music.
50th Anniversary Edition edition.
Documentation from the fourth edition of the performance art festival, held in Herdla, Norway. The artists gathered for a week having the opportunity to work within the environment of the site, before presenting their work on 30th August 2014.
In Norwegian and English.
Publication documenting a series of ambitious large-scale public artworks by the environmental arts organisation NVA. This item is part of the Study Room Guide to Remoteness (P2600).
An Opera in four acts for ensemble, chorus and soloists. Music & Lyrics: Philip Glass.Design & Direction: Robert Wilson. Performed by The Philip Glass Ensemble. Spoken text: Lucinda Childs, Gregory Dolbashian, Jasper McGruder, Sheryl Sutton. Recorded January-June 1993 at The Looking Glass Studios, NYC.
Video compilation of selected performances by the mixed-media Brazilian duo Tetine: Samba de Monalisa – Tetine vs Sophie Calle; Tropical Punk; Shiva; Voodoo Dance; Revolver; Dance to Death; Mata Hari; Verite; Macumba; Let the X be X.
Video document of the performance by the mixed-media Brazilian duo Tetine, recorded live at the Stenersen Museum, Oslo, September 2012.
Video document. The mixed-media Brazilian duo Tetine perform a new score for the 1968 movie The Red Light Bandit rearranging its narrative through spoken and pre-recorded voices, found sounds, electronic music, plain love songs and manifestos.
This album by the mixed-media Brazilian duo Tetine is a DIY collection of tropical mutant punk funk/ new wave & experimental electro pop fused with minimal dark sambas and leftfield percussive drum machine-pop, forming a set of personal electronic/post punk pieces with a very distinctive melodic and harmonic sense.
Texts and images on the mixed-media Brazilian duo Tetine. Article and documents in folder. Also see REF D1971-4.
Official programme from Einstein at the Beach performed 4-13th May 2012 at the Barbican, London. Featuring conversation with Philip Glass and Margery Arent Safir, bio of Lucinda Childs and article entitled Christopher Knowles and the Structured Logic of Play written by Lauren DiGiulio. Contains text from the show and full list of biographies.