- Apple, Jacki: Sound Space as Performance Site
"Outside my window my neighbor's glass wind chimes are ringing loudly. The sound describes the velocity of the wind. If I looked out at the motion of the leaves on a nearby tree it would tell me the same thing..."
- Apple, Jacki: Terry Allen's Bleeder
"It is only later, after someone dies that we gather up the pieces and try to assemble them into a comprehensive picture of the person so that we can understand what they were made of..."
- Corbett, John: New American Radio vs. the Ear of Newt
"American radio is so completely inculcated in commercial music industry rhetoric -- statistics, playlists, market shares, charts -- that it's almost impossible to believe that there are any truly "alternative" airwaves being stirred, even in the non-commercial zone of the spectrum..."
- Davies, Sheila: Various Artists
Stained by Lisa Jones and Alva Rogers
Salvation at 1 am by Donald Swearingen
Partial Perceptions by Helen Thorington
Sim's Serenade and Pruning by William Morelock
Stories by Terry Allen
Guns by Don Joyce and Negativland
Shake, Rattle and Roll by Gregory Whitehead
- Thorington, Helen: Harris Skibell's Exchange:
Barter and Bow
"The New York Stock Exchange. The violin. The Sun3 computer system. Radio. What do these four have in common?