COUNTER CULTURE CHRONICLES

Fifth in a series of compiled recordigns dug up from CC’s and other archives. Vol. 5 contains:

• Ray Johnson and friends talk about throwing sixty one-foot long hotdogs from a helicopter in downtown Manhattan
• Jameson Paul Sweiger’s sound piece ‘Will the Darkness follow’ (2004)…
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Charlie Nothing was born in Montclair, New Jersey in 1941 as Charles Martin Simon. After having graduated from the Montclair Academy for Boys, Simon enrolled in Rutgers University, New Jersey, where he studied Agriculture and English Literature for a couple of years before dropping out in 1961. The death of Simon’s wife in 1965 left him shattered and…
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Charles Amirkhanian talks to Tom Marioni, founder of the Museum of Conceptual Art in San Francisco, and artist Dennis Oppenheim about the show Body Works which was to open at the museum shortly after the interview on 18 October 1970. The show was to include video works by Vito Acconci, Terry Fox, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Keith Sonnier and…
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Philip Corner (1933) is an American composer, musician, artist, theorist and teacher. Corner studied at The High School of Music & Art and Columbia University NYC and under Olivier Messiaen in Paris in the 1950s. From 1960 to 1961 Corner did military service in Korea, where he studied Korean traditional music and calligraphy, from which he often takes…
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American poet, translator and teacher James Wright was born in Ohio in 1927. As a 19-year-old boy he enlisted in the US Army. After his discharge from military service in post-war Japan he attended Kenyon College, Ohio, from which he graduated in 1952. On a Fulbright grant he spent the following year in Vienna and, once back in the US, obtained a Ph.D. at the University of Washington…
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