Roulette TV

New Release  |  Full RTV Episodes  |  Studio Visits  |  Livestreams

Roulette TV captures the creative process of live performance, giving viewers a unique window into Roulette’s distinctive programming through in-depth artist-driven features including studio visits, performance footage, and interviews.

Launched in 1999, Roulette TV has produced over 112 episodes – broadcast weekly on Manhattan and Brooklyn cable networks and distributed through Roulette’s website, Vimeo, and YouTube channels. The Roulette TV archive includes many avant-garde luminaries from Roulette’s rich history, such as Pauline Oliveros, Jerome Cooper, Robert Ashley, Sun Ra, David Behrman. It also features many emerging artists as they grow their career and audience, including Ben Greenberg, Mary Halvorson, Darius Jones, Tyshawn Sorey, Cassie Tunick, Lesley Flanigan, and C. Spencer Yeh.

Much of the work presented at Roulette is visually absorbing. The on-site audience has the opportunity to see how the sounds are made, how the movement is constructed, how the different forms of media interact. Roulette TV offers this experience to a worldwide audience – interviews with the artists add a new dimension to the audience’s appreciation of the artists’ enterprise and achievement.

Roulette TV also airs on Brooklyn Free Speech the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm.

Find your channel and tune in:
Spectrum (formerly Time Warner): 79 & 1998
Optimum (formerly Cablevision): 68
Verizon FiOS: 43, RCN8 

New Release

We visited sound artist and 2018 Roulette resident G Lucas Crane in his studio to discuss the upcoming premiere of his piece “Time Boiler”—a work that intends to illustrate the psychological consequences of time travel on the human mind through a series of live compositions constructed from the depths of the resident artist’s cassette tape archive of ancient sound memories collaged together in the style of an apocalypse DJ.

Full RTV Episodes

Index

Studio Visits

Livestreams

Current livestreams available to watch include:
Gemma Peacocke: Erasure | June 6, 2018
Kyle Marshall Choreography: Colored | April 10, 2018

Livestreams are only available to view for 30 days after the date of the performance.