Christian Marclay, Recycled Records, 1983. Collaged vinyl records, 10 inches diameter. © Christian Marclay. Courtesy of the artist and the Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.
Laurie Anderson, Laurie Anderson Playing Viophonograph, Photo by Bob Bielecki, 1977. Black and white photograph, 11 x 14 inches. © Laurie Anderson. Image courtesy of the artist and Sean Kelly Gallery, New York.
Jeroen Diepenmaat, Pour des dents d’un blanc éclatant et saines, 2005. Record players, vinyl records, taxidermied birds, and sound. Dimensions variable. © Jeroen Diepenmaat. Image courtesy of the artist, Jeroen Diepenmaat.
Robin Rhode, Wheel of Steel, 2006. Nine digital pigment prints mounted on four-ply museum board, 49.5 x 68 inches; each panel print size, 15.5 x 22 inches. Purchase, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University Fund for Acquisitions. © Robin Rhode. Image courtesy the artist and Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York.
Taiyo Kimura, Haunted By You, 2009. DVD, 5-minute loop. © Taiyo Kimura. Image courtesy of the artist, Taiyo Kimura.
Sean Duffy, Burn Out Sun, 2003. 20 LP records, glue, metal tripod, 42 x 33 x 33 inches. Collection of Debra and Dennis Scholl, Miami Beach. Courtesy of the artist and Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects. Photo by Gene Ogami.
Moyra Davey, Shure, 2003. C-print, 20 x 24 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Murray Guy, New York
David Byrne, More Songs About Buildings and Food, 1978. Polaroid SX-70 prints (photomontage for album cover), 90 x 90 inches. Courtesy of the artist.
Fatimah Tuggar, Turntable (work on which Fai-fain Gramophone, 2010, is based) (detail), 1996. Record player, raffia discs with labels, music by Barmani Choge, entertainment center; dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist.
Kevin Ei-ichi deForest, The Record Shop series (Poutine & Sushi), 2007. Oil on record cover, 12 x 12 inches. Courtesy of the artist. Courtesy of the artist. Photo by Brian Hudesmyth Photography.
Gregor Hildebrandt, Kassettenschallplatte (Cassette Record), 2008. LP record made of magnetic tape, 12 inches diameter. Collection of Sandy Heller, New York. Courtesy of the artist and Wentrup, Berlin. Photo by Roman März.
Dario Robleto, Sometimes Billie Is All That Holds Me Together, 1998-1999. Hand-ground and melted vinyl records, various clothing, acrylic, spray paint. Several new buttons were crafted from melted Billie Holiday records to replace missing buttons on found, abandoned or thrift store clothing. After the discarded clothing was made whole again, it was re-donated to the thrift stores or placed back where it was originally found. Dimensions variable. Private collection, New York. Courtesy of Edward Boyer Associates, Inc., Fine Art Advisory. Image courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston. Photo by Dr. J Caldwell.