Anderson took home the award for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance for Landfall, her collaboration with Kronos Quartet inspired by Hurricane Sandy.
Double Lives showcases the sound-based creations of people better known as artists than musicians.
Spending time in Laurie Anderson’s “The Chalkroom” reminded me of Terry Gilliam’s film, Time Bandits, where what seems like an endless landscape is revealed to be a mirror when someone breaks it.
From a digital waterfall to an encased jazz trio, there were moments of quiet contemplation in the middle of a busy weekend of art, music, and festivities.
Chelsea Manning, Laurie Anderson, Saul Williams, Nadya Tolokonnikova, and Lauren McCarthy kicked off Day for Night with a Friday Summit that explored the realities of art, tech, and politics.
At BRIC House, Public Access/Open Networks will feed your nostalgia for channel-surfing.
For Martha Wilson and her collaborators at the Franklin Furnace Archive in New York, the avant-garde spirit is alive and well, and as relevant as ever.
LOS ANGELES — The dogs were all fairly well-behaved until a collie started barking during a lull, almost as if on cue. “Give that dog a mic,” Anderson joked.
Laurie Anderson was already working on a cycle of songs with Kronos Quartet when on October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy rose the Hudson River into her West Village home.
Philip Glass, Laurie Anderson and Lou Reed joined last night’s Occupy Museums demonstration at Lincoln Center, held to coincide with the final performance of Glass’s Satyagraha at the Metropolitan Opera.