Bill Furlong

In 1973 William Furlong established Audio Arts, a two-stranded project in which he recorded, edited and published (under the label Audio Arts) conversations of artists, and produced sound works. It was his intention from the outset that Audio Arts should be a creative project, and the two activities continue to overlap, each enriching the other.

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

Full mp3 version of the LP "Live To Air: Artist's Sound Works" (Audio Arts Magazine, Volume 5, Nos 3 & 4, 1982) link)

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