On the occasion of Laurie Anderson’s exhibition, The Weather, at the Hirshhorn Museum, Editor-at-Large, Paul Miller spoke with Anderson on episode #483 of the New Social Environment. Their discussion touches upon Anderson’s attraction to the taboo, her desire to make a “walk-in comic book filled with words,” and her fascinating collaboration with a supercomputer at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning.
In case you missed the conversation between Laurie, Mohammed el-Gharani, and Kweku Mandela…
A full slate of events (virtual and in-person) relating to The Weather at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC have been announced. Check out all the details at the link: https://hirshhorn.si.edu/exhibitions/laurie-anderson-the-weather/ February 23, 6 pm ET (Online) On Process with Laurie Anderson February 28, 6 pm ET through July 31 (Online) Screening: Laurie Anderson’s “Personal Service Announcements”
Thank you to everyone who tuned in to watch the Norton Lecture series “Spending the War Without You” over the last 10 months. Now that it’s completed, all 6 lectures are available to watch any time on youtube. Catch up on the lectures you missed, rewatch your favorites, share these with anyone you think might enjoy them for the first
REGISTER HERE Lecture 5: The City | Laurie Anderson: Spending the War Without You Wednesday, November 10, 5pm EST Laurie Anderson presents Spending the War Without You: Virtual Backgrounds. The City is the fifth in a series of six lectures, looking at the challenges we face as artists and citizens as we reinvent our culture with ambiguity and beauty. This talk will consider
Laurie Anderson Has a Message for Us Humans Laurie Anderson is why we have multimedia art. Her story comes full circle at the Hirshhorn. Looking Back While Facing Forward: Laurie Anderson at the Hirshhorn The Weather Synthesizes a Career and Considers a Crisis Elephant #46 – Autumn/Winter 2021
REGISTER HERE Laurie Anderson presents Spending the War Without You: Virtual Backgrounds. The Road is the fourth in a series of six lectures. The talk will consider technology, media hypnosis, radio, speed and invention. About the Speakers Presented by Laurie Anderson, one of America’s most renowned – and daring – creative pioneers. Known primarily for her multimedia presentations, she has cast herself in
The Rubin Museum’s AWAKEN podcast From deep introspection to life-changing moments, awakening can take many forms. Join me, Laurie Anderson as host, and guests for a 10-episode series about the dynamic path to “waking up.” Available wherever you get your podcasts or at rubinmuseum.org/awakenpod
If you’ve missed any of the first three Norton lectures (or want to watch them again), each will have a 24hr encore stream on youtube next month. Lecture 1: June 2 Lecture 2: June 9 Lecture 3: June 16 INFO: https://mahindrahumanities.fas.harvard.edu/norton-lectures
Norton Lecture #3: The Rocks will be re-broadcast for 24 hours. April 28 5pm EDT – April 29 5pm EDT
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Laurie has several pieces on display through 2018 at Mass MoCA in North Adams, MA.
The show includes 2 new virtual reality pieces, the Lolabelle in the Bardo drawing series, a listening room, the Handphone Table and a new ERST videopiece.Make A Viewing Appointment