Dan Graham was a contrarian. His art confronted viewers with a multiplicity of possible
perceptions and intersubjective experiences. Some Rockin' was his last project and-through conversations with friends, artists, architects, curators, and former assistants-articulates his sensitivity to context, media, and people. The interviews address rock music and urbanism, humor and astrology, history and the hybrid form. Mediating historical and social experience was a major concern of his. "The Museum in Evolution," an essay he finished just before his death, and published here, highlights that nothing is final in becoming. Rather, it allows for: Some Rockin'.
Paperback, 384 pages