Below are some links to interview podcasts with Douglas Lain on Billy Moon, as well as a Twitter conversation we had with my class last Spring. http://fromalpha2omega.podomatic.com/entry/2013-08-11T15_55_49-07_00 http://skiffyandfanty.com/2013/12/27/183-douglas-lain-a-k-a-le-revolutionnaire-billy-moon-an-interview/ http://scifidinerpodcast.com/2013/09/scifi-diner-podcast-ep-184-our-interview-with-author-douglas-lain-billy-moon-from-tor-book/ And here is an earlier conversation with Doug and I (and my class last Spring in HUM 415) that took place on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InvisibleSF/with_replies
These essays by Brian Eno and Chris Cutler are seminal. I am also including Oswald’s essay. These are from an Anthology, Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music, edited by Cox and Warner. Brian Eno, “The Studio as Compositional Tool,” John Oswald, “Bettered by the Borrower: The Ethics of Musical Debt,” and “Plunderphonia” by Chris Cutler […]
Debord’s 1973 film of Society of the Spectacle. This is the newer film transfer (higher quality) with English subtitles. Sadly, the subtitles are not very accurate.
The opening is her piece, “Play it by Trust” (which you can read about here: http://camstl.org/exhibitions/front-room/yoko-ono-play-it-by-trust/) Yoko Ono turns 82 this February. This was recorded in 2010 when she was 77 years old. By all rights, Ono’s book of instruction poems, “Grapefruit,” should be a part of this class. Although we did not read Deleuze […]
Here are some additional resources on Mark Fisher’s Capitalist Realism, including some pretty good interviews. Pre-Occupying Mark Fisher http://theoccupiedtimes.org/?p=3454 Questioning Capitalist Realism: An Interview with Mark Fisher http://www.spc.org/fuller/interviews/questioning-capitalist-realism-an-interview-with-mark-fisher/ Interview: Mark Fisher by Alex Andrews http://ceasefiremagazine.co.uk/interview-mark-fisher-on-capitalist-realism-and-more/ Mark Fisher Interviewed by Joe Kennedy http://www.3ammagazine.com/3am/capitalist-realism/ Interview of Mark Fisher by Rowan Wilson http://www.readysteadybook.com/Article.aspx?page=markfisher