75 Reasons to Live: Pamela Z on Robert Rauschenberg

Composer, performer, and media artist, Pamela Z engages playfully with Rauschenburg’s Collection (formerly Untitled) (1954). Creating sounds with paper, metal, wood, and other objects and materials, Pamela assembles her own, sonic (and visual) collage in response to Rauschenberg’s visual one.


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