Nina Power and Seth Kim-Cohen sit down to hash out issues in sound, music, philosophy, economics, and what passes for politics these days. The discussion centres on the under-heralded work of Christine Kozlov, and devotes particular attention to her audio tape pieces of the late-60s and early-70s. The pair also go on to discuss the Nixon tapes, the N.S.A and Roman drinking habits - more on-topic than you might think. Listen below or download a transcript here. Apologies that we couldn't transcribe the Q&A, however we have included that part in the recording.
Image is from the Henry Moore Institute's 2015 exhibition 'Information'. Photo by Jerry Hardman-Jones.