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Book Worm

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Paper Cuts

Since 2015, antoine lefebvre editions is the publishing structure and nom de plume of artist publisher Antoine Lefebvre. His research project ARTZINES is an exploration of the recent changes in self-publishing.

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Sonel Breslav, head of Blonde Art Books discusses her time on tour collecting zines, and organizing zine events around the country, as well as the future of both the Blonde Art Books and the Brooklyn Art Book and Zine Fair.

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Sites and Scenes

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Paper Cuts

A conversation with designer Andrew Martin Scott, owner and operator of & Pens, a Los Angeles based bookshop and publisher specializing in art, design, and small press publications.

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Susan Howe & The Women's Distribution Group (1977)

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

Second wave feminism, Gay & Lesbian liberation, Socialism; poet Susan Howe in a 1977 conversation with a group of women who formed a publishers collective to further these ideas in the wake of the independent printing era, and before social media.

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In this edition of Paper Cuts, host Christopher Kardambikis sits down for a conversation with visual artist Janine Biunno, whose work analyzes and interprets the semiotics of the built environment and the digital world's influence on our perceptions.

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The arc of our racial history from Bert Williams's blackface performances to James Baldwin's prophetic thoughts about a black presidency are part of this conversation between two authors discussing American problems and American genius.

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Amy Scholder, High Risk

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Clocktower Radio Profiles

Host David Colosi sits down with Amy Scholder to discuss her three decade history in the field of publishing, her iconic series, High Risk, as well as her most recent project, Icon, an anthology of essays on public figures.

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The Colab Vinyl Mix

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Experimental Composers

A mix of no-wave, hip hop, anti-pop, punk and noise that provided the soundtrack to the Colab social art actions of the 80s, assembled by Sandra Seymour, Mark C, and Robert Goldman (Bobby G). Part of an exhibit at Printed Matter April 15-May 15 2016.

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NOBODY WINS

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Paper Cuts

Host Christopher Kardambikis and artist, photographer, zine-maker, curator, and educator Louis M. Schmidt sit down for a special midnight chat at Minotaur Projects in L.A., as part of the Paper Cuts Los Angeles Zine Fest tour.

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Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

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New York Public Library

On the occasion of the publication of the monograph Louise Fishman, the acclaimed artist is joined in conversation by Helaine Posner, Chief Curator at the Neuberger Museum and Nancy Princenthal, art critic and former Senior Editor of Art in America.

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Scientific Controversies: Black Hole Blues

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Scientific Controversies

Astrophysicist Janna Levin and LIGO architect/MIT professor Rainer Weiss in a conversation about black holes, gravitational waves, and the soundtrack of our universe, moderated by Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist John Hockenberry.

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Vik Muniz

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New York Public Library

To celebrate the publication of a book on his work, artist Vik Muniz discusses his disorienting and expansive work with Arthur Ollman, author of the book and Founding Director of the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego.

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Primal Screams Zine Fest

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Paper Cuts

Paper Cuts field team Christopher Kardambikis, Christina Long, and Arno Mokros roam the Paper Jam Fest-organized zine fair at Primal Screams, an event presented by Clocktower and Times Square Arts at a massive movie theater in Times Square, March 15.

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LA Art Book Fair Friends

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Paper Cuts

Christopher Kardambikis visits Mary Tremonte of Justseeds and Darin Klein & Friends at the LA Art Book Fair 2016 at The Geffen Contemporary at MoCA, Los Angeles.

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Susan Howe, Spontaneous Particulars

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Conversations with Writers

Charles Ruas interviews his old friend, Susan Howe, the celebrated poet and performance artist. The two discuss her work, influences, career trajectory, the poet's process, and integrating the original texts of esteemed writers into her work.

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EARTH EATERS

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Paper Cuts

A conversation with NYC-based artist, publisher, and printer, Panayiotis Terzis, who works in a variety of media to collapse the relics of the distant past with the artifacts of our chaotic present in search of future narratives for humankind.

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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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#AllTheGazes

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Paper Cuts

Addicted to the "consistently inconsistent," Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the printed porn quarterly Math Magazine, Mackenzie, discusses her goal to redefine the pornography genre through sex-positive visual and written material.

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Andy Warhol & Bob Colacello: The Lost Fashion Interview

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

Soon after the 1979 publication of their book Exposures, Warhol and Colacello talk about photography, Interview magazine, and their TV show, Fashion. The subtext reveals a tectonic shift in the artist's role in society in this long lost interview.

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Shakespeare's Beehive

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Writers and Publishers

Rare book collectors and authors George Koppelman and Daniel Wechsler analyzed a 1580 copy of Baret's Alvearie, or Quadruple Dictionary and concluded that it was the great playwright's personal copy and had profound influence on his writing.

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Second Sundays Mixtape (November 2015)

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Clocktower Exhibits & Events

Conversations and musical moments from the monthly open house festivities at Pioneer Works, including interviews with musicians from Ensayos, an unconventional NYC tour guide, queer erotica publishers, gamelan and brass bands, and DJ Sabine Blaizin.

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On the occasion of the publication of "Lisa Yuskavage: The Brood, Paintings 1991–2015", the acclaimed American artist converses with Christopher Bedford, curator of The Brood, The Rose Art Museum's exhibition of the artist’s work.

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Founding editor of the LGBTQI online and print publication discusses the aims of her work: to address and overcome oppression, and build a unified, inclusionary queer identity through artistic practice, visual activism, and fashion.

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Pulp Atlas

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Paper Cuts

In this edition, Christopher Kardambikis hosts artists Tim Schwartz, Mark Lander, and Josh Atlas of Pulp Atlas, a publication that explores the contemporary book form as well as the cultural borders surrounding alternative exhibition spaces.

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Live Mince

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Paper Cuts

“For the confirmed bachelor of exceptional taste.” Paper Cuts hosts Dan Rhatigan, the creator of Pink Mince, a zine that explores queer life and experience, and blends queer history with present-day culture.

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Ishmael Reed: Flight to Canada

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

Ishmael Reed envisions Abraham Lincoln waltzing through slave quarters to the tune of Hello, Dolly in his fifth novel, a historical satire about runaway slaves. A 1976 discussion on historical and contemporary activism for racial equality.

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Great and Grand

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Paper Cuts

Issue 5 of Paper Cuts features a discussion with multimedia and civil rights zine gurus Sy Abudu, Paul Moreno and Sherley Olopherne. Themes in their work include African-American identity, gay culture, and visibility in marginalized communities.

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