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Laurie Anderson

Author : RoseLee Goldberg
ISBN : UOM:39015050141491
Genre : Performing Arts
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Filled with images from the artists many shows and performances, this unique book celebrates Anderson's many films, videos, sculptures, paintings, and concerts, as well as her collaborations with William Burroughs, Spalding Gray, Lou Reed, and others.

Night Life

Author : Laurie Anderson
ISBN : UOM:39015069376724
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"For the last year I've been on the road with a solo performance. Every night another theater, another hotel room. Gradually my dreams became wild, vivid, more and more relentless. Headless singing squirrels, vast empty spaces, bizarre clatterings and invasions. My own dark and private theatre was slowly taking over. I began to draw these dreams literally out of self-defense. I kept the computer drawing tablet next to the bed and tried to capture them in their most raw state. After many months of drawing my dreams I was drawn into the odd language and logic of the images. Often I drew my own head in the foreground. What did that mean? Who's watching who? Often the dreams were alternate versions of the day's events. Sometimes they were heavily charged atmospheres, sensations, emotions. Depictions of bewilderment, ecstasy, weightlessness, abandonment, freedom." Laurie Anderson Night Life is Laurie Anderson's diary of dreams and their literal recreation as works of art. In her new book Anderson uses the language of dreams to investigate the dream itself. The resulting pieces drawings and text, draw on her work in theater, lyrics and narrative.

Scottie S First Sad Christmas

Author : Laurie Anderson
ISBN : 0692328637
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It's Christmas, the first one to face, for a family coping with the sudden death of a loved one. Meet seven year old Scottie, his siblings Sally and Sam who with their mother, Aunt Gale and two pets live out an epic day without the man who was their father, husband, brother-in-law and cherished companion. Discover the gift that gave Scottie's Christmas a lift.

Stories From The Nerve Bible

Author : Laurie Anderson
ISBN : 0060553553
Genre : Art
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Laurie Anderson Dal Vivo

Author : Laurie Anderson
ISBN : UOM:39015050251522
Genre : Art
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Laurie Anderson

Author : Laurie Anderson
ISBN : 0847860558
Genre : Anderson, Laurie
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An icon of performance art and the indie-music world, this is the first book on the artist's full career to date, as curated by the artist herself. Laurie Anderson is one of the most revered artists working today, and she is as prolific as she is inventive. She is a musician, performance artist, composer, fiction writer, and filmmaker (her most recent foray, Heart of a Dog, was lauded as an "experimental marvel" by the Los Angeles Times). Anderson moves seamlessly between the music world and the fine-art world while maintaining her stronghold in both. A true polymath, her interest in new media made her an early pioneer of harnessing technology for artistic purposes long before the technology boom of the last ten years. Regardless of the medium, however, it is exploration of language (and how it seeps into the image) and storytelling that is her métier. A few years ago, Anderson began poring through her extensive archive of nearly forty years of work, which includes scores of documentation, notebooks, and sketchbooks. In the process, she rediscovered important work and looked at well-known projects with a new lens. In this landmark volume, the artist brings together the most comprehensive collection of her artwork to date, some of which has never before been seen or published. Spanning drawing, multimedia installations, performance, and new projects using augmented reality, the extensive volume traverses four decades of her groundbreaking art. Each chapter includes commentary written by Anderson herself, offering an intimate understanding of her work through the artist's own words.

Empty Places

Author : Laurie Anderson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105000407606
Genre : Art
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A photographic memoir, accompanied by the complete text, of avante-garde innovator Laurie Anderson's "Empty Spaces" tour includes songs from her album "Strange Angels" and some never-before-seen material

Laurie Anderson Trisha Brown Gordon Matta Clark

Author : Lydia Yee
ISBN : 3791351222
Genre : Art
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Collaborators and friends, Laurie Anderson, Trisha Brown, and Gordon Matta-Clark were at the cutting edge of Manhattan's burgeoning downtown art scene during the 1970s. This catalogue examines the crossover of these artists' practices and the influence of their work on each other.

Laurie Anderson Works From 1969 To 1983

Author : Laurie Anderson
ISBN : UOM:39015020416635
Genre : Art
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Talking Music

Author : William Duckworth
ISBN : 0306808935
Genre : Music
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Talking Music is comprised of substantial original conversations with seventeen American experimental composers and musicians—including Milton Babbitt, Pauline Oliveros, Steve Reich, Meredith Monk, and John Zorn—many of whom rarely grant interviews.The author skillfully elicits candid dialogues that encompass technical explorations; questions of method, style, and influence; their personal lives and struggles to create; and their aesthetic goals and artistic declarations. Herein, John Cage recalls the turning point in his career; Ben Johnston criticizes the operas of his teacher Harry Partch; La Monte Young attributes his creative discipline to a Morman childhood; and much more. The results are revelatory conversations with some of America's most radical musical innovators.

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