Inventing America - Sunday Feature - Soundlings

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19980614In a rare interview, artist Robert Rauschenberg talks to Tim Marlow about a revolutionary career which began with collaborations with John Cage at Black Mountain College and exploded in the 50s when he and Jasper Johns rose to prominence in a NEW YORK art world previously dominated by Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning.|Tim Marlow explores Rauschenberg's innovative work as a painter, sculptor, composer, photographer and choreographer ,with contributions from art dealer Leo Castelli, writer Calvin Tomkins and dancers Merce Cunningham and Trisha Brown.