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Beryl Korot (& Company) MP3

Sometimes the Disquiet Downstream takes a break from music and sound art for talk, albeit talk about music and sound art. Suzanne Anker brought together for conversation three art-world figures with an interest in science for one of her “Bio-Blurb Show” audiocasts at In addition to art critic Ciaran Bennett and artist/arts administrator Adrienne Klein, Beryl Korot participated. Kortot is Steve Reich’s wife and collaborator, having provided the high-tech visuals so central to works like Three Tales, which she talks about here (MP3). The file, first broadcast on May 15, 2006, runs for half an hour.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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