Tag Archives: Rauschemberg

What’s My Name?

My post about Robert Rauschenberg’s passing contained a typo – I mis-spelled his name Rauschemberg (since fixed). Last week, this blog started getting a rash of traffic generated by search engines resulting from multiple phrases containing “Rauschemberg”. Some of the phrases (“combines de rauschemberg”) make it clear that these are folks searching on information about […]


Saw a story on Slashdot about LegalTorrents – a Bittorrent tracker that exclusively hosts works licensed under Creative Commons. Oh, cool! Maybe they might be interested in seeding The Rauschenberg Variations. Let’s go sign up. Just to be safe, let’s just check the Terms And Conditions Of Use… 6. If you post content or submit […]

Free Music

I’m releasing The Rauschenberg Variations today as a free (as in beer and as in speech) album. Download it here. Read more about the project here. These tracks are being released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License. Meaning, you can copy them for your friends, put them on your (free) podcast, remix them […]

Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg died on Monday at the age of 82. Probably best known to most for his non-traditional “combines” artwork and his design of the cover for the Talking Heads album Speaking In Tongues, Robert Rauschenberg was to me, along with John Cage, the epitome of an Experimental artist. The child’s joke goes something like […]