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David Weinstein, Clocktower Board Member, was Program Director from 2009-15, MoMA/PS1 Director of Public Programs and Managing Director of its radio station, Art Radio WPS1.org, from 2004-2008. He was also curatorial director of PS1's summer concert series, WarmUp, in 2007-08. Weinstein's career as a composer, performer, and multimedia installation artist has taken him around the globe. His musical works juxtapose sound effects, traditional and non-traditional instruments, synthetic sound, ancient and exotic tunings and noise. As a keyboardist he has recorded and performed with musicians including Shelley Hirsch, Elliott Sharp, John Zorn, Ned Rothenberg, Paul Dresher, Rhys Chatham and many others from Arto Lindsay to Zeena Parkins. Weinstein also makes theatrical, installation and site-specific multimedia pieces and is expert in computer assisted audio and animation including streaming and interactive media. His multimedia collaborations with video artist Doris Vila earned them a jury prize at Ars Electronica in 2002 and a NYSCA grant in 2004. Born in Chicago in 1954, David Weinstein studied music composition at the University of Illinois with Ben Johnston and Salvatore Martirano. A founder of the New York new music series Roulette, he co-directed the day-to-day operations from 1978 to 1994. He has taught music, sound and multimedia at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Yale and the City University of New York. He has worked as a consultant, panelist, curator and organizer for arts organizations and companies from Morgan Stanley to MTV. He has lived in Brooklyn since 1979.

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Living Live, A Radio Exhibition

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130 Episodes

A 6-part radio series designed to accompany the summer 2014 exhibition by the artist Peter Coffin entitled Living, on view at Red Bull Studios New York. The series underscores themes of the exhibit and includes a strong radio culture component.

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Experimental Composers

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130 Episodes

Emerging and established innovators share their work. These programs are usually a combination of an interview with a far-reaching perspective on the artist's career, some recordings illustrating this history, and something new. Open territory.

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Playing Hooky

Radio Series
130 Episodes

Grab your headphones, chill out, and play hooky with our live in-studio performance series, featuring music, interviews, and experimentations from musicians across all genres. This is the home for the show announcements and recordings.

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Impossible Music

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130 Episodes

Music and mixes that aspire to challenge you, surprise you, tickle you, jostle you, and to crack you open and put you back together again.

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John Oswald, Plunderphonics

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Impossible Music

John Oswald is a Canadian composer, saxophonist, and media artist who coined the term "plunderphonics" to describe his craft appropriating, scrambling, reconfiguring, and collaging pieces of music. This is the 1989 edition that was banned in Canada.

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Svjetlana Bukvich, Beyond Evolution

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Impossible Music

A conversation and listening session with the composer whose blend of classical tradition, high tech production, and electronic dance energy with her native Balkan culture, tradition, language, and spirit is a reflection of her embrace of life.

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An evening of music for woodwinds and electronics by three soloists from a concert series at Outpost Artists Resources in Ridgewood, Queens in December 2015, curated by Greg Fox.

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Robert Ashley, Quicksand

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Experimental Composers

Steve Paxton, Mimi Johnson, & Tom Hamilton in a conversation about and musical illustrations from the last opera by composer, raconteur, and memory sculptor Robert Ashley in advance of the premier of his final work at The Kitchen in Jan.-Feb. 2016.

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Philip Miller, Refuse the Hour

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Experimental Composers

A conversation plus musical illustrations with South African composer Philip Miller, a longtime collaborator of the artist and compatriot William Kentridge as they mounted their multimedia extravaganza as part of BAM's 2015 Next Wave Festival.

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Critical Run: Today's Emergencies

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Clocktower Radio Profiles

Artist/activist Thierry Geoffroy (aka Colonel) and co-curator Tijana Miskovic discuss their international art debate event just before its launch in New York starting from the Manhattan side of the Williamsburg Bridge at 3pm, Sunday 15 November 2015.

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Brooklyn Raga Massive

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Pioneer Works Radio Channel

Through cross-cultural experimentation Brooklyn Raga Massive has given birth to new musical genres. A collective of musicians rooted in Indian classical music, BRM presented chamber jazz folk raga with three of its bands at Pioneer Works.

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A discussion and listening session in advance of Varispeed Collective's live re-creation of Robert Ashley’s legendary 1980s made-for-television musical mini-serial in seven locations around Jersey City, New Jersey on Saturday, September 19, 2015.

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Second Sundays: June 2015 Mixtape

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Pioneer Works Radio Channel

Clocktower Radio's monthly collection of interviews and musical moments from the Pioneer Works open house festivities featuring artists, musicians, DJs, and special guests. Here are the highlights from that event.

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Matt Freedman & Tim Spelios, Broken Time

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Clocktower Radio Profiles

Two artists with a passion for mixing image, sound, and narrative discuss their storytelling project that captures observations of the artist's life, monsters, movies, religion, neighborhood, and family all tied together with cheerful panache.

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Ruth Kahn, Outpost

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Clocktower Radio Profiles

A discussion with the founder of Outpost Artists Resources on the early history and the eccentricities of operating in 1980's and 90's Brooklyn, her continuing support for artists working in the field of art video, and her prized pet parrots.

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