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Time is one of the most impermanent forms of measurement that humans have devised to help manage life. Do you feel like you’re running out of time? Which way is time going? Are you able to stop time? If so, how? In a series of on-stage conversations, artist, writer, and vocalist Laurie Anderson tackles these questions and more to help us reframe
What luck! To be part of a group of some of my all-time favorite artists. https://www.grammy.com/news/2024-grammys-special-merit-awards-recipients-lifetime-achievement-award
NYC TAPESTRY: HOME AS REFUGE Sep 19, 2023 Featuring Laurie Anderson Raven Chacon, Natalie Diaz and thingNY Emel Forró in the Dark Wang Guowei Angélique Kidjo Michael Mwenso Mwenso & the Shakes Curated in Collaboration with Trinity Church Wall Street Programming Consultant Annie Ohayon Directed by Sarah Benson MORE INFO
ZORN@70 at ROULETTE PART THREE: John Zorn, Laurie Anderson, Sean Ono Lennon Sunday, August 27, 20238:00 pm Tickets and info
Thank you to everyone who came out to see the Let X=X tour. We measured the loudness of every crowd during the “Yoko Ono scream” section and you can see the results in this video. Congratulations to Gothenburg, Sweden for being the loudest audience!
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Looking into a Mirror Sideways is now open at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden. “Looking into a Mirror Sideways” is Laurie Anderson’s largest solo show to date in Europe. It presents a narrative of time, place and existence. Here, a representative selection of the artist’s works from the 1970s up to the present day is complemented with brand new,
Two of Laurie’s virtual reality collaborations with artist Hsin-Chien Huang are on display at Pratt Manhattan Gallery until March 4, 2023. To the Moon (2018), originally commissioned by the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark, made its US premiere at the Museum of Natural History timed to the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The artist duo reconceptualizes the
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…
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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