The Art and Films of Lynn Hershman Leeson: Secret Agents, Private I

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations
A
ABC (American Broadcasting Corporation), 42
Abraham, 162
Acconci, Vito, 147, 157n1
Ada, Countess of Lovelace, 4, 9, 97, 159, 162, 163, 173–75, 177, 199n9
agency, intelligent, 169–86
Agent Ruby (Hershman), xii, xvi– xviii, 7, 92–94, 93, 102, 171, 180, 190, 197–98, plate 17
Agent Ruby’s Mood Swing Diagram (Hershman), plate 17
Air Time (Acconci), 147
Akerman, Chantal, xvii
Alberti, Leon Battista, 186
Alchemical Imagination, The (Schwarz), 20
Alchemical Machination, The (Hershman), 18
Alice Tully Hall (New York), 51
Alicebot, 92, 95
Alquist, Sean, 92
Amber, Lian, 155, 156
American Flag (Johns), 157n1
America’s Finest (Hershman), 5–6, 83–85, 84, 86, 131–33, 189
Angel of Mercy series (Antin), 117
Antin, Eleanor, xvii, 4, 36, 114, 117
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 72
Arcadia (Stoppard), 173
Artaud, Antonin, 33, 72
Arthur, Karen, xvii, 103n4
Artificial Intelligence Markup Language (AIML), 94
Artweek, 17
Aryan Brotherhood, 38
Atget, Eugène, 113
Atkins, Robert, 25
Augustine, Saint, 146
autobiographical discourse, 145–56

B
Babbage, Charles, 89, 97, 173–75, 193, 199n9
Baca, Judy, 75, 203
Baldridge, Rea, 49, 69
Barilleaux, René Paul, 63
Barlow, John Perry, 97, 159
Bateson, Gregory, 190
Battle of the Bluªs, The (Antin), 36
Baudrillard, Jean, 140, 170
Bayard, Hippolyte, 113, 117
Bell, Jane, 44
Benglis, Lynda, 147
Benjamin, Walter, 113
Benning, Sadie, xvii
Bentham, Jeremy, 128
Berlin Film Festival, 170
Bernhardt, Sarah, 106
Beuys, Joseph, 33
bidirectional browsing units (BBUs), 89
Binge (Hershman), 70, 148, 149, 151, 166, 205
Bjarnason, Robert, 92
Black, Karen, 97, 101
Black Muslims, 38
Black Panthers, 203
Blue Angel (Hershman), plate 11
Bogart, Humphrey, 62, 63
Bonnat, Léon, 106
Bonwit Teller Department Store (New York), 44–47, 45, 46
Borgia, Lucrezia, xiv, 30
Boswell, James, 144
Bowie, David, 179
Brakhage, Stan, 146
Brask, Ulrik Al, 74, 140
Brecht, Bertolt, 33, 72
Breton, André, 33
Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even, The (Large Glass; Duchamp), 20, 76
Brower, Kenneth, 114
Buck, Bob, 87
Bundy, Ted, 85, 185
Burden, Chris, 72, 151
Burnham, Jack, 70
Burson, Nancy, 114
Butler, Samuel, 19
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 4, 97, 163, 173

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