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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Spoken Art

The New York Times ran a great article last week about William Furlong, a conceptual artist who started taping conversations with other artists in the 1970's. He eventually began releasing the tapes as an audio "magazine," which became an arts-world phenomenon in England until the magazine stopped in 2007. A collection of some of the tapes have been published recently by Phaidon Press titled Speaking of Art, and four hours' worth can be sampled here.

If you would like to read the article click here.