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Formed in 2006 by Miriam Katzeff and James Hoff. Specialised in writings and recordings by visual artists, including Dan Graham, Barbara Kruger and Tony Conrad.

 
"Edition of 500. Primary Information and From The Nursery are pleased to announce their first collaborative release, an album by XXX Macarena, a band comprised of Tony Conrad on violin, Jutta Koether on synthesizer, and John Miller on guitar. XXX Macarena was recorded ...
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"G.P.O. versus G.P-O: a chronicle of mail art on trial is a publication of Genesis P-Orridge's collection of materials surrounding Great Britain's General Post Office's case against him for disseminating pornographic material through the mail in 1975. These postcards ...
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ISBN978-0-9851364-4-4 | PRIMARY INFORMATION

"Chimerizations feature a radically new form of documentation of Florian Hecker's sound works that dramatize the phenomenon of Auditory Chimaeras. Chimeras are integrated bodies that synthesize incompatible modalities, surpassing their respective particularities without ...
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978-0-9851364-2-0 | PRIMARY INFORMATION

"The first collection in English of Dan Graham's influential body of writing on Rock and Roll music. Stretching from the late 60s to the late 80s, Rock/Music Writings contains the following 13 essays, most of which are currently out-of-print or seen here for the first ...
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"Primary Information is pleased to announce a new LP by Rhys Chatham. Ręve Parisien was produced and designed by Chatham in collaboration with the artist Jacob Kassay. The album features four new compositions that were performed live at Kassay's exhibition at Art: ...
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DISBAND - DISBAND (CD)

"Long-lost recordings culled from performances between 1979 and 1982 from the loose group of feminist performers known as Disband. Ilona Granet, Donna Henes, Barbara Kruger, Ingrid Sischy, Diane Torr, and Martha Wilson screamed, shouted, sang, and stomped through the ...
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