• June 5, 2020

    Laurie’s new radio program on WESU has launched.

  • Directors’ Fortnight 2019 in Cannes

    Laurie Anderson + Hsin-Chien Huang GO WHERE YOU LOOK! Falling Off Snow Mountain Aloft / Chalkroom / To The Moon Directors’ Fortnight 2019, Cannes May 15-25 Read More

  • Landfall wins Grammy award

    Landfall wins Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music / Small Ensemble Performance! Read more at Nonesuch

  • New VR Piece: “To The Moon”

    To The Moon is the latest VR experience by Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang. It is currently on display at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark until January 2019. CNN Style has a feature interview with Laurie available here.

  • Living in the Time of Being

    Laurie Anderson in conversation with Icelandic author Sjón, Live from NYPL Full Transcript

  • “Invented Instruments” at Moss Arts Center

    LAURIE ANDERSON: INVENTED INSTRUMENTS Thursday, April 26–Saturday, June 9, 2018 Ruth C. Horton Gallery Laurie Anderson’s Invented Instruments features a selection of the artist’s invented musical instruments and unusual musical scores developed over a quarter-century as key creative tools in the artist’s much-heralded career. More Information

  • June issue of Wire Magazine

    Laurie appears on the cover of the June edition of The Wire. More active than ever, the multimedia artist and performer discusses a career marked by hybridity, borderless networks and a new interest in virtual reality. By Emily Bick. Read more at The Wire

  • Laurie on BBC Radio 6

    Laurie appeared on Lauren Laverne’s show (with Tom Ravenscroft sittin in for Lauren) on BBC Radio 6 last week. Here are some clips from the interview. “The creative power of failure” “Our minds are the most powerful things we have. You don’t have to have that much stuff” Or listen to the entire 3-hour program Laurie also appeared on Tom

  • Chalkroom on display in Montreal

    Chalkroom is now on display at the Phi Centre in Montreal as part of their Particles of Existence exhibition. The show runs from March 27 – August 12. More information is available from the Phi Centre.

  • “La Camera Insabbiata” Wins Best VR Experience at Venice

    Chalkroom a.k.a. La Camera Insabbiata by Laurie Anderson + Hsin-Chien Huang received the award for Best VR Experience at the 74th Venice International Film Festival. It was the first time that the festival has held a VR competition.

  • On Display at MASS MoCA

    Laurie has several pieces on display at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA through 2018. The show incudes 2 new virtual reality pieces, the Lolabelle in the Bardo drawing series, a listening room, the Handphone Table, and a new ERST videopiece.  More info here

  • Person Place Thing

    Laurie recently appeared on the Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen interview show. Listen iTunes

  • Creative Independent

    Laurie talks about breaking rules, deep thinking, and finding inspiration in both oppressive and progressive times in this interview with Brandon Stosuy for The Creative Independent. Read

  • Athens, Greece

    Laurie will be taking part in the METAMORPHOSIS festival in Athens on June 25. She will be giving a live talk, a performance, and a screening of Heart of a Dog. Full schedule and more information can be viewed here.

  • Fireside Chat on Big Ears Festival Marathon

    Tune in for a fireside chat with Laurie on RBMA Radio’s Big Ears Festival Marathon Saturday, March 19, at 3 PM ET:

  • Recent Press Round-Up: Early 2016

    Three video interviews from the Louisiana Channel (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art) A Life of Storytelling Advice to the Young Letter Exchange with JFK A feature piece from The Atlantic (June 1, 2016) Q&A with The Guardian (March 27, 2016) An interview with The Sunday Times (April 17, 2016)

  • Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art Partnership

    The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art has announced a partnership with several artists, including Laurie, to fill a 90,000+ square foot expansion. The museum will be creating a series of installation galleries featuring Laurie’s audio and video works, as well as displays of her paintings, instruments, and costumes. For more, see the New York Times article published 11/17/14.

  • Laurie in The New Yorker on Habeas Corpus

    Laurie writes in The New Yorker about working with former Guantanamo Bay detainee Mohammed el Gharani on her new piece Habeas Corpus, at Park Avenue Armory in NYC October 2-4. Read the essay here. For a FAQ on the Habeas Corpus, visit the project page.

  • Laurie Now On Twitter @OnlyAnExpert

    You can now find Laurie on Twitter – Follow @onlyanexpert

  • Heart Of A Dog Soundtrack to Release 10/23/15

    The complete soundtrack recording of Laurie’s newest piece, Heart of a Dog, will be available from Nonesuch Records on October 23, 2015. The Nonesuch album is the full audio recording of the film, including all music and spoken text, and is available to pre-order now on iTunes and in the Nonesuch Store. A limited-edition print autographed by Laurie Anderson is

  • Cullberg Ballet to Premiere Laurie Anderson-Composed “Figure A Sea” 9/24/15

    Stockholm dance company Cullbergbaletten will premiere the Deborah Hay-choreographed piece “Figure A Sea” this September 24th. Laurie composed the music and sound score for this innovative dance program. For more info, see the Cullbergbaletten website.

  • “Heard Of A Dog” Acquired by HBO Documentaries and Abramorama

    Laurie’s film “Heart of a Dog,” centered on her beloved dog Lolabelle, has been acquired by Abramorama and HBO Documentary Films in advance of its world premiere on September 9th at La Biennale di Venezia. “Heart of a Dog” will receive its Canadian premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and its American premiere at the New York Film Festival.

  • Laurie’s Work to Show in Geneva

    Laurie’s works-on-paper show “Night” will be exhibiting at Art Bärtschi & Cie in Geneva starting 9/17 and running until 10/31. For more information, click here.