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Mainstream audiences recognize appropriation once artists begin practicing it as self-expression.

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Transcript of VARIATIONS #6. The Library, curated by Jon Leidecker.

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Transcript of VARIATIONS #5. The Discipline, curated by Jon Leidecker.

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Transcript of VARIATIONS #4. The Explosion, curated by Jon Leidecker.

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Transcript of VARIATIONS #3. The Approach, curated by Jon Leidecker.

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Transcript of VARIATIONS #2. The Globe, curated by Jon Leidecker.

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Transcript of VARIATIONS #1. Transition, curated by Jon Leidecker.

CURATORIAL

Sounds increasingly detach from their sources and are used by new authors less as references than as simple objects. By Jon Leidecker.

SON[I]A

Interview with Vicki Bennett, plunderphonic genius behind People Like Us.

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As art and industrial practitioners formally map out the discipline, hip-hop's discovery of digital sampling technology in the mid-80's provides a reintroduction to its original roots.

SON[I]A

John Oswald, one of the leading exponents of sound appropriationism, talks about his work.

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The art music tradition of collage music is joined by the popular culture tradition of hip-hop, which established many of the same aesthetics solidly in the mainstream.

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In the seventies the avant-garde crosses the line into wholesale plundering of pop, and disco and dub become comfortable with manipulating released music.

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An overview of sound collage during the sixties: from world music collages to the impact of John Cage and Marshall McLuhan on the Beatles.

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The first episode of this overview of appropriative collage in music covers the years 1908 through 1961.

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