Artpix has released its second DVD from the famous 9 Evenings performances of 1966. This one documents John Cage’s Variations VII, one of his last indeterminate works, which made increasing use of electronic equipment and systems. Artpix collaborated on this and their first 9 Evenings DVD (of Robert Rauschenberg’s Open Score) with Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) , which still exists, at least as an archive. Next in the 10-part series will be David Tudor, which will be released in early 2009. Artpix continues to plug away at preserving and bringing to light older recordings, rather than discovering new artists. It’s a great project.
also by Rainey Knudson
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