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Laurie Anderson's Nothing in My Pockets is a two-part sound diary, originally broadcast on French radio, kept between July 4 and October 4, 2003. This volume contains the radio piece on two CDs, as well as a selection of original visual documents, together offering an intimate glimpse into the personal universe of this seminal American artist.
Dis Voir, 2009, France. 64 pp with colour illustrations throughout, 6 x 8 in. / 2 x audio CD
"The publication is a not just equally fascinating and important; for those wanting to engage in acts of intimate performance, it’s possibly the most comprehensive reference book available….Some bits made...
“Johnson’s committed, affectionate, and generous volume does an extraordinary job of paying homage to Athey, of grappling with the complexities of live art, and of doing justice to the wildness...
For hardback edition (£35.00), please select from the drop down menu. Out of Now is the first major publication on the extraordinary and influential Taiwanese-American artist Tehching Hsieh. In the vibrant...