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Critiques and Awards

“This historical past asks us to re-engage with Cage’s concepts about listening and notion by the lens of moving-image tradition, whereas additionally encouraging us to re-read the historical past of experimental movie from a sonic perspective. Because of this, this isn’t only a e book about Cage or avant-garde movie. It is a e book concerning the nature of collaborative creativity, the rise of audiovisual artwork and the emergence of recent types of intermedial tradition within the Twentieth Century. Required studying for us all!” –Holly Rogers, creator of Sounding the Gallery: Video and the Rise of Artwork Music

“Richard Brown’s meticulously researched and superbly written e book reveals that Cage’s collaborations with experimental filmmakers remodeled his aesthetics and compositional fashion. It presents an excellent new interdisciplinary perspective on Cage’s music of nice curiosity to each Cage students and a broader viewers of readers excited by essential cultural modifications in the course of the twentieth-century.” –David Bernstein, Professor of Music, Mills School

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