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CKUT Radio: Artist Seth Tobocman

listen to interview with NYC artist Seth Tobocman

by Stefan Christoff

CKUT Radio: Artist Seth Tobocman

Listen to an interview with New York City artist Seth Tobocman on the recently released book Understanding the Crash, co-authored with writer Eric Laursen. This interview details the way that Tobocman, long time grassroots activist/artist, worked to respond to the US financial crisis via graphics.

Also this interview details the role that art played in the Occupy Wall Street movement, the important role that artistic expression held in the now historic protest in the financial district of New York City.

This interview was conducted live on CKUT radio in the lead-up to Howl! V an event featuring Understanding the Crash co-authors Seth Tobocman / Eric Laursen in Montreal on 06/04, info http://www.howlarts.net/

For more information on Seth Tobocman visit http://www.sethtobocman.com/

This interview was recorded / produced by Stefan Christoff who is at http://www.twitter.com/spirodon/

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