Mary Lawler and Jean Caffeine come by RE/Search office to talk about their songwriting and life in the 1970s-80s in San Francisco. They acoustically perform several of their hits during the podcast. Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss. Also available on iTunes or your favorite podcast app.
John Shirley is a cyberpunk pioneer (along with William Gibson, Rudy Rucker and Bruce Sterling). He tells of his life and how he started writing: basically, start writing your dreams! Dreams can go anywhere! Dreams became short stories, and some were expanded into full-length novels. Duck-and-cover, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the idea of nuclear […]
Artist Carolee Schneemann’s evocative performance and body art began in the early 1960s and remains iconic and relevant to this day. We visited Carolee in upstate New York at her family’s “historic” digs where she lives with her cats and continues her work. Carolee Schneemann is a way-ahead-of-her-time artist featured in the RE/Search book “ANGRY […]
Wolf Eyes was in town and visited the RE/Search office to talk to us about their eclectic and long-standing musical collaboration. Alt-Jazz, improvisation, and the necessity for spontaneity are some of their modus operandi. Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss. Also available on iTunes or your favorite podcast app. Download this episode.
All the way from Hamburg, the experimental documentary filmmaker Peter Sempel stops in for this episode to discuss his process of filmmaking, the longevity of punk, how Jonas Mekas helped kickstart Sempel’s career, his newest project, and favorite animals. Originally recorded as a TV episode of The Counterculture Hour. Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast […]
Vale interviews Sumeet Banerji and Jerry Connolly. The three talk about Sumeet’s novel “Ice Party,” physical versus digital design processes, live music’s power, evocative odors, the insidiousness of marketing, curated everything, anathema words, and emoji conversations. Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss. Also available on iTunes or your favorite podcast app. Download this […]
Zine-maker Marc Fischer , maker of Temporary Services zines, and Museum of Capitalism’s Timothy Furstnau stopped by the RE/Search office to share ideas. They discuss their recent publications, the art book fair circuit, printing technique pros and cons, and TSA confiscations. The Museum of Capitalism is having their book-release party this Friday in Oakland (August […]
Robert Conway, who manages the trust of Bruce Conner, talks with RE/Search. The conversation includes Conway’s interviews of friends and associates of Conner’s, the defining criteria of an artist and how we all might define ourselves as such, Conner’s inkblot series, and biography as art form. Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss. Also […]
Tyler Hubby’s film “Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present” is now out and making the rounds. Tony Conrad was an experimental filmmaker and musician and an early “Performance Artist” before the term existed! Tyler visited the RE/Search office and filled us him filmmaking, Tony Conrad’s work, and more. Produced by Marian Wallace. Edited by Miranda […]
Bassist Mike Watt (the Minutemen, Iggy Pop Stooges Band, and more) visits RE/Search headquarters. The conversation involves Watt’s musical childhood and his career as a musician, including anecdotes about gigs, stolen basses, and punk philosophies. Text from this interview is available in printed form at www.researchpubs.com Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss. Also […]