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A CONVERSATION ON ELECTRONICS AND BLACK TV | Interview with BRUNER, Charles; REISDORF, Ronald; SAN PIETRO, John, WISE, Kenneth on April 1, 1968 | To dream of structures which can transform, structures in a state of flux structures to float, to constantly change relationship, which like living organisms will grow and transform themselves and react to the environment. The faster man expands in space, the more he expands his senses, the harder it becomes for him to retain and preserve his sense of permanency. ... | Experimental Television Center, Newark Valley NY, 1968 | linkmore

BY DIETMAR KIRVES | >Aldo speaks about Lower East Side + Rental Prices + March Gallery + Boris Lurie + NO!art + Political Art + Sam Goodman + Stanley Fisher + Jean-Jacques Lebel + Shit Show + Stock Exchange + NO!art antholgy + Screw Performance + Political Poetry + Black and White Films + NO!box + Howl Festival + Poets Against Killing Fields + Reads One Of His Poems ... | July 17, 2010 | video 26 min | linkmore

BY ISHMAEL REED | October 1, 2010 | My grandfather, Paul Tambellini had migrated from Sant’ Allessio near Lucca, (Tuscany) Italy to Sao Paolo, Brazil. At the time of my father’s birth, he owned a coffee plantation which made him quite wealthy. My father, John Tambellini, was born in 1896 in Sao Paolo, Brazil. He was the only male with three sisters one of whom, Isola, was adopted. He was the favorite in the family, played the mandolin, read music and also wrote poetry. ... | Konch Magazine, Fall 2010 | linkmore

BY BOSTON:NOW | I came to New York at the end of 1959 and worked very intensely in sculpture and painting. The paintings were series of black enamels on paper or on very large canvas. The sculpture: cement, metal, hydrocal, industrial found objects, pipe, nails, -within a concave round form- were sometimes painted with tar. ... | Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston 1983. | linkmore

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