Philosopher Mark Kingwell has taught aesthetic theory for ten years and knows how people struggle to articulate the way music works. He views Glenn Gould as a philosopher, someone who does his thinking with notes over time.
About the artist
Joe Morse's images, a combination of paint, toxic solvents, and a tight-fitting gas mask have been commissioned by clients worldwide including Major League Baseball, Nike Europe, Universal Pictures, Coca Cola, and Target. His artwork has graced the pages of major magazines and newspapers worldwide, including The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, The Times of London, Fortune, GQ, The New York Times, and the LA Times. He has been recognized with over 100 international awards and was nominated for a Governor General's Award for his illustrated version of Casey at the Bat. Visit his website at www.joemorse.com.