Motel Real / Las Vegas

GUESTS: Jose Marquez Wrote and co-directed The Real, Las Vegas, NV Artist and founding member, South of the Future, a collaborative of artists and writers who work withculture, politics and technology Mark Taylor Professor of Humanities and Religion, Williams College, Williamstown, MA Director, The Center for Technology in the Arts and Humanities, Williams College Author, Hiding [University of Chicago Press,1997] Co-directed The Real, Las Vegas, NV A philospher and an artist recently teamed up to ask what would happen if Las Vegas were the spiritual capital of the United States. The result is a CD-rom entitled, The Real, Las Vegas, NV. Professor Mark Taylor and Jose Marquez join Ray Suarez for a look at their darkly humorous electronic artist's book on Vegas, plus a review of Taylor's recently published book of cultural criticism entitled Hiding .

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