18/03/2010 13' 6''

John Oswald (Canada, 1953), is one of the leading exponents of sound appropriationism. In the eighties, Oswald coined the term "Plunderphonics" to define his work, which questions issues like authorship, the record industry’s business model and the aesthetics of sound collage as a musical language. Son[i]a interviews John Oswald on the occasion of his visit to the MACBA as part of the concert series "Variations".

Son[i]a talks to John Oswald.











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