DJ Spooky on Creating a 'Sonic Celebration' of Internet History

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DJ Spooky's newest piece "Quantopia" is a sonic celebration of the history of the Internet. (Photo: Courtesy of DJ Spooky)

Paul Miller, otherwise known as DJ Spooky, has written music based on Antarctic weather patterns, remixed D. W. Griffith's film "Birth of a Nation," and currently scores Jeremy Scahill's "Intercepted" political podcast. Spooky's newest piece "Quantopia" is a sonic celebration of the history of the Internet. DJ Spooky joins Forum to discuss a career spent defying labels and "Quantopia," which premieres at San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts this week.

Related Links:
With 'Quantopia,' DJ Spooky Ponders the Evolution of the Internet (KQED Arts)

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Paul D Miller aka DJ Spooky, composer, multimedia artist, writer

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