Audio Arts

The innovative audio cassette-magazine Audio Arts was established by Bill Furlong in 1973. Edited and produced by Furlong, it comprises an integral element of his art practice.

A small part of the vast Audio Arts archive is shown here for the first time in Britain. Four hours of recorded clips can be accessed here online, or in the gallery via headphones.

Mp3 extracts and transcripts (Tate Britain exhibition, March-August 2007): link)

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