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Art Work Talk: David Rothenberg

Art Work Talk: David Rothenberg

Bob and Sheila Hoerle Lecture Hall, Room UL105, University Center
General Public 

Art Work is an ongoing series that hosts innovative artists who speak about the artistic process on special evenings at Lang. Students gain access to the intimate workings of some of the most influential artists practicing in the city today. In an intimate setting, the artist detail their creative process, speak about new productions, and examine their most famous works

Musician and philosopher David Rothenberg wrote Why Birds Sing, Bug Music, Survival of the Beautiful and many other books, published in at least eleven languages. He has more than twenty CDs out, including One Dark Night I Left My Silent House which came out on ECM, and most recently Bird Saw Buchla and Cool Spring. He has performed or recorded with Pauline Oliveros, Peter Gabriel, Ray Phiri, Suzanne Vega, Scanner, Elliot Sharp, Iva Bittová, and the Karnataka College of Percussion. Nightingales in Berlin is his latest book, CD, and film. Rothenberg is Distinguished Professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Presented by the Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at the New School



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