Radio, Television, and Podcasts

• Toops, Duane, “Art Meets Mysticism: An Interview With Joel Tauber.” This 86 minute podcast episode in The Process & The Path went live on June 14, 2019.

• Ronzheimer, Hanna, “Kunst unter Wasser und in der Lufy. Joel Tauber: “Underwater: an operatic disco. Der Wanderimker.” ORF Radio: Ö1 (Austria). Joel Tauber and Robby Greif talk about the exhibition UNDERWATER at KOENIG2 by_robbygreif in a 4-minute story that aired on March 21, 2018.

• Artsy, Avishay, “An Artist And Father Explores The Idea of Sharing”, KCRW radio (based in Los Angeles, CA). Joel Tauber discusses The Sharing Project with Avishay Artsy in a 4-minute story that aired on June 19, 2015.

The Sharing Project on “Triad Arts with David Ford”, WFDD radio (based in Winston-Salem, NC). Joel Tauber discusses The Sharing Project with David Ford in a 4-minute story that aired on November 25, 2013 and a 19-minute story that aired on November 29, 2013; December 1, 2013; August 1, 2014; and August 3, 2014.

• “Brilliant Green”, Ovation Network. Joel Tauber and his project Sick-Amour are featured in a seven-minute segment in the television documentary “Briliant Green.” The show first aired nation-wide on the Ovation Network in January 2009.

• The biggest German culture radio broadcast company, Deutsche Welle / Deutschlandfunk, presented a six-minute story about Sick-Amour in conjunction with its presentation at Art Cologne. March 18, 2007.

•  Mayer, Daniela, “Akustisches Tagebuch / Highlights Art Cologne”, Art Radio Podcast, Germany. A four-minute radio story about Sick-Amour and its presentation at Art Cologne. 2007.

• Ross Becker, “The Local Story: Man Adopts Tree at Rose Bowl in Pasadena”, NBC News, local edition. Joel Tauber discusses Sick-Amour with Ross Becker. The 5 minute story was broadcast in Los Angeles on October 11, 2006 on digital television channel 4.4 as well as www.nbc4.tv

• Bill Drummond, “Cities of the Plain”, Soundprint for National Public Radio. Joel Tauber discusses Sick-Amour with Bill Drummond. The 5 minute segment about Sick-Amour is part of a larger story about trees. Broadcast on more than 180 stations nationwide, beginning on June 2, 2006.

•  Louise Storm, “FORMAT. Los Angeles 2005: Valdes, Ruben Ochoa, Lori Shindler, Joel Tauber, Kaz Oshiro, Adria Julia”, Swedish Television, October 18, 2005. Clips from Searching For The Impossible: The Flying Project and The Underwater Project: Turning Myself Into Music as well as an interview with Joel Tauber in his cave apartment were broadcast on Swedish television and aired in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland.