Pauline Oliveros - Featured Artist on Accordions Rising a documentary feature film about the resurgence of interest in accordion music over the last 30-40 years.

The Difference Between Hearing And Listening - Pauline Oliveros - TEDxIndianapolis

A giant of the avant-garde shows us how to listen.

Pauline Oliveros is one of modern music's most important figures, precisely because her work transcends music itself. While many people have heard of her contemporaries like Steve Reich and Philip Glass, Oliveros' five decades of work is so wide-reaching that popular culture has barely kept up. She was a founding member of the San Francisco Tape Music Center in the '60s, and devised a musical concept called Deep Listening, which stemmed from a trip into a giant underground cistern with a 45-second reverb.  Read more from RA Exchange....


Whitney Biennial - Filmed by Daniel Weintraub and James Perley - Edited by Daniel Weintraub

"Pauline the Mighty" --- living sculpture in MoMA's Garden! The New Yorker - Aug 5, 2013