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The Tape-beatles (also known as Public Works) are a multi-media group that formed in Iowa City in December [[1986]]. Its members have included [[Lloyd Dunn]], [[John Heck]], [[Ralph Johnson]], [[Paul Neff]], and [[Linda Morgan Brown]]. Beginning with analog tape recorders, and later expanding to include digital technology and film media, the group has used collage techniques to create works that challenge the notion of intellectual property. Their works make extensive use of materials appropriated from various sources through a process they call "Plagiarism®". The Tape-beatles' body of work consists mainly of music and audio art recordings, expanded and performed cinema performances, videos, printed publications, as well as works in other media. They produce and release work under an umbrella organization called [http://pwp.detritus.net/ Public Works Productions].
 
The Tape-beatles (also known as Public Works) are a multi-media group that formed in Iowa City in December [[1986]]. Its members have included [[Lloyd Dunn]], [[John Heck]], [[Ralph Johnson]], [[Paul Neff]], and [[Linda Morgan Brown]]. Beginning with analog tape recorders, and later expanding to include digital technology and film media, the group has used collage techniques to create works that challenge the notion of intellectual property. Their works make extensive use of materials appropriated from various sources through a process they call "Plagiarism®". The Tape-beatles' body of work consists mainly of music and audio art recordings, expanded and performed cinema performances, videos, printed publications, as well as works in other media. They produce and release work under an umbrella organization called [http://pwp.detritus.net/ Public Works Productions].
  
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* [http://pwp.detritus.net/ The Tape-beatles official site]
 
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tape-beatles The Tape-beatles at Wikipedia]
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tape-beatles The Tape-beatles at Wikipedia]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:01, 3 August 2015

The Tape-beatles (also known as Public Works) are a multi-media group that formed in Iowa City in December 1986. Its members have included Lloyd Dunn, John Heck, Ralph Johnson, Paul Neff, and Linda Morgan Brown. Beginning with analog tape recorders, and later expanding to include digital technology and film media, the group has used collage techniques to create works that challenge the notion of intellectual property. Their works make extensive use of materials appropriated from various sources through a process they call "Plagiarism®". The Tape-beatles' body of work consists mainly of music and audio art recordings, expanded and performed cinema performances, videos, printed publications, as well as works in other media. They produce and release work under an umbrella organization called Public Works Productions.

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