Laurie Anderson Poster

Other Works

  • "Words in Reverse" (1979) (chapbook)
  • Album, "Big Science," Warner Bros. Records 23674, 1982.
  • Album, "United States Live," Warner Bros. Records 25192, 1984.
  • "United States" (1984) (book)
  • Album, "Mister Heartbreak," Warner Bros. Records 25077, 1984.
  • Album, "Home of the Brave," Warner Bros. Records 25400, 1986.
  • Album, "Strange Angels," Warner Bros. Records 25900, 1989.
  • Album, "Bright Red," Warner Bros. Records 45534, 1994.
  • "Stories from the Nerve Bible" (1990s) (book)
  • Album, "The Ugly One with the Jewels and Other Stories," Warner Bros. Records 45847, 1995.
  • Illustrated several children's books, early 1970s.
  • Art reviewer for numerous magazines including "Artforum" 1970s-early 80s.
  • 1980 single, "O Superman," reached number 2 on the British pop charts.
  • Empty Places (book 1991)
  • Postcard Book (book 1990)
  • Home of the Brave (book 1986)
  • Notebook (book 1977)
  • Light in August (book 1974)
  • The Rose and the Stone (book 1974)
  • Transportation Transportation (book 1973)
  • Handbook (book 1972)
  • October (book 1972)
  • The Package (book 1971)
  • Certainly Carrie, Cut the Cake (with Margaret Moore; children's book 1971)
  • Word of Mouth (6-LP spoken word set, 1980)
  • Music video: Perfect Day (BBC TV 1997)
  • Video: Carmen (1992). 15 min. Commissioned for showing at Expo 92.
  • Videos: Personal Service Announcements. Six one-minute pieces released in 1990 for showing on MTV, etc.
  • Music video: Beautiful Red Dress (1990)
  • Music video: Language is a Virus (1986)
  • Music video with Peter Gabriel: "This is the Picture (Excellent Birds)," 1984.
  • Late 1990s: directed, starred in and composed music for stage production inspired by Moby Dick.
  • Album, "Life on a String," Nonesuch/Elektra Records 79539, 2001.
  • Album, "Live at Town Hall: New York City, September 19-20, 2001," Nonesuch/Elektra Records 79681, 2002.
  • Narrated audio adaptation of Don DeLillo's "The Body Artist."
  • Portrayed Young Mrs. Lincoln in a recording of act 5 of the Robert Wilson/Philip Glass opera "The Civil Wars."
  • Wrote lyrics for the track "Forgetting," from the Philip Glass song cycle "Songs from Liquid Days," 1986.
  • TV commercial for Ford, the song "Bright Red" being used.
  • (April 30, 2008 - May 3, 2008) Live in concert at London's Barbican Theatre.
  • (March 7, 1986) She was composer for Euripides' play, "Alcestis," in the American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Stage in Cambridge, Massachusetts with Rodney Scott Hudson (Death) and Paul Rudd (Admetus) in the cast. Robert Wilson was adapter. Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald were translators. Heiner Muller wrote additional text. Robert Wilson was developer, director and designer. Tom Kamm and Robert Wilson were set designers. John Conklin was costume designer. Jennifer Tipton and Robert Wilson were lighting designers. Suzushi Hanayagi was movement director. Hans Peter Kuhn was audio environment engineer. Ann-Christin Rommen was assistant director. Robert Brustein was artistic director.

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