Tag Archives: John Cage

Koans of dislocated experience

PART III of an EXCHANGE: Just as your performance of The Last International brought a broad smile to my face so this response drew tears such that I had difficulty reaching the end of your letter. How is it you discern so well my struggles? [Read More…]


With Other People Think, artist Alfredo Jaar re-introduces John Cage’s earliest extended writing, composed at the age of 15 for the Southern California Oratorical contest. Cage delivered his speech on US/Latin American relations at the Hollywood Bowl in 1927, affirming his belief that silence is an opportunity to learn that other people think… [Read More…]