Audio Arts Archive: Tate Modern

Audio Arts at Tate ModernDigitised versions of the audio cassette-magazine Audio Arts  are now available from the Tate website. The ground-breaking series was launched by Bill Furlong in 1973.

The recordings of talks with artists,  writers and thinkers include Joseph Beuys, Nam June Paik, James Joyce and Noam Chomsky.

The fascinating recordings from 1973-2006 can be accessed form the Tate website

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