Tate announces online access to Audio Arts

Audio Arts, cassetteThe Tate announced the online availability of Audio Arts, an “audio cassette-magazine” established by artist Bill Furlong in 1972, that contains interviews, soundworks, readings, lectures and other events with and about modern and contemporary artists. The online resource features all the published versions of Audio Arts — which was in publication for 33 years in 24 volumes, each with four issues, and an additional 60+ supplements. With keyword searching or year/contributor/category browsing, the magazine contains entries from contributors such as Marcel Duchamp, Marina Abramović, John Cage, and Joseph Beuys.

h/t Vicky Brown

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