The RCA & Arista Years: A Conversation With Laurie Anderson On Lou Reed, Plus Roger Daltrey Presents Hernan Barangan's Teen Cancer Doc Road Rebellion
According to cancer survivor Hernan Barangan on the making of Road Rebellion... “Throughout making this film, one of my biggest
Dear Wolf Blitzer: Do you ever watch your own show on CNN?
About A-Sides with Jon Chattman - thisisasides.com : Jon Chattman's music/entertainment series typically features celebrities
At home and with straight faces, Steve, Ellen and I would march around the room singing the Christian hymnals we had to sing
Laurie Anderson (b. 1947) is an internationally renowned experimental performance artist, composer, musician and film director
"Dear Senator Kennedy. I really admire the way you're running your campaign. I'm running for president of my student council, can you send me some tips?" Find out what the soon-to-be president John F. Kennedy replied to a young Laurie Anderson's letter.
Albert Camus and Beyond: Conversations with Eric Andersen and Kerry Fenster, A Really Short Chat with Chris Janson, Plus Michael Kroll, David Nyro and Cave States Exclusives
Eric Andersen website: http://www.ericandersen.com Eric Andersen will participate in the upcoming NYC retrospective CAMUS
Nam June Paik, Internet Dream, 1994, video sculpture. ZKM Collection. © (2008) ZKM Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe. Photo
Dogs howling and teeth chattering were the sounds that split the night in Times Square late Monday evening.
Laurie Anderson is honoring 9/11 first responder dogs in a very special way.
Now, "if you will" is an idiom that's a more formal version of "so to speak." When you use "if you will" you're indicating
Telepresence is being used a lot more often as a way for people to engage in real time, from distant places, to project monuments that have been destroyed, convey size as a metaphor, and do powerful projections of imagery.
Mohammed el Gharani, one of the youngest detainees in Guantánamo history, is sharing his story.
MoMA's Titus I theater looked like a gathering for New York filmmakers and artists on Monday night: Wes Anderson, Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig, Jim Jarmusch, Laurie Anderson, Hal Willner, Gay Talese, and others, many of whom had already seen the Apu Trilogy as Satyajit Ray's masterwork is called.
If you know her seemingly effortless performances, you what he means. She went on to present the first lifetime achievement award of the night, for visual art, to photographer Ralph Gibson.
But there's no denying the power of the Anderson-Harry-Smith triumvirate. In fact, if Annie Lennox's heavenly domination