"Control Rooms and Other Stories: Confession of a Content Provider". Parkett, no. 49 ( 1997): 126-45.

"Dazed and Bemused". New York Times, Sept. 28, 1997, 66-68.

"Artists, Audiences, and Censorship". Dialogue 16 ( Sept.-Oct. 1993): 12-13.

"From Americans on the Move". October 4 ( Spring 1979): 45-57.

"Confessions of a Street Talker". Avalanche ( Berkeley, Calif.), no. 11 ( Summer 1975): 22-23.

"Take Two". Art-Rite ( New York), no. 6 ( Summer 1974): 5.

"Artists Space Gallery: New York". Artforum 12 ( Mar. 1974): 81.

"Sylvia Sleigh and Jackie Ferrara". Artforum 12 ( Jan. 1974): 79-80.

"Mary Miss". Artforum 12 ( Nov. 1973): 64-65.

"About 405 East 13th Street". Artforum 12 ( Sept. 1973): 88-90.

"Galleries". Arts Magazine 46 ( Nov. 1972): 70-71.

"David Budd: Continental Drift". Art News 70 ( Summer 1971): 32-33.


Stories from the Nerve Bible: A Retrospective, 1972-1992. New York: HarperPerennial, 1994.

Empty Places. New York: HarperPerennial, 1991.

Postcard Book. Privately published, 1990.

Home of the Brave. Privately published, 1986.

United States. New York: Harper and Row, 1984.

Top Stories ♯1. Buffalo, N.Y.: Hallwalls, 1979.

Words in Reverse. Buffalo, N.Y.: Hallwalls, 1979.

Notebook. New York: Wittenborn Art Books, 1977.

Light in August. New York: Privately published, 1974.

The Rose and the Stone. Privately published, 1974.

Transportation Transportation. New York: Privately published, 1973.

Handbook. Privately published, 1972.

October. Privately published, 1972.

The Package. New York and Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1971.

Moore, Margaret, with illustrations by Laurie Anderson. Certainly Carrie, Cut the Cake: Poems A to Z. New York and Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1971.


Allen, Jennifer. "Look to the 80's, A Special Section: Live Art". Life Magazine 3 ( Jan. 1980): 83.

Amos, Patrick. "Laurie Anderson at Mandeville (La Jolla)". Images and Issues 2 ( Fall 1981): 73-74.

Apple, Jacki. "Commerce on the Edge: The Convergence of Art and Entertainment". High Performance 9, no. 2 ( 1986): 34-38.

-----. "Performance Art Is Dead, Long Live Performance Art!" High Performance 17 ( Summer 1994): 54-59.

Art international d'aujourd'hui, exh. cat. Brussels: Palais des Beaux-Arts, 1981.

Artpark 1977: Program in Visual Arts, exh. cat. Lewiston, N.Y.: Earl W. Brydes Artpark, 1977.

Art-Rite (issue devoted to performance art), no. 10 ( Fall 1975): 3-37.

Banes, Sally. "Fashionable, Fiddling, Facile Tricks". The Village Voice ( Nov. 5, 1980): 79.

-----. "Laurie Anderson's Disjointed States". The Village Voice ( Feb. 22, 1983): 93.

Berger, Maurice. Endgame: Strategies of Postmodernist Performance--Robert Morris, Laurie Anderson, Robert Longo, exh. cat. New York: Hunter College Art Gallery, 1984.

-----. "The Mythology of Ritual: Reflections on Laurie Anderson". Arts Magazine 57 ( June 1983): 120-21.

Bronson, A. A., and Peggy Gale, eds. Performances by Artists, Toronto: Art Metropole 1979. Contains notes from Like a Stream: 42-48.

Budney, Jen. "Terra Vision: Laurie Anderson's Use of Technology". Parkett, no. 49 ( 1997): 158-67.

Burckhardt, Jacqueline. "In the Nerve Stream". Parkett, no. 49 ( 1997): 146-57.

-----. "Laurie Anderson: Ich bin eine Geschichtenerzahlerin oder digitale Feuerzeichen". Kunstforum International (Germany), no. 134 ( May-Sept. 1996): 213-19.

Carr, Cindy. "Media Kids: C. Carr on Replicants". Artforum 29 ( Mar. 1991): 18-21.

Casademont, Joan. Review (Dark Dogs/American Dreams, Holly Solomon Gallery). Artforum 18 ( Summer 1980): 85.

Celant, Germano. Laurie Anderson: Dal Vivo. Milan: Fondazione Prada, 1998.

Champagne, Lenora. Out from Under: Texts by Women Performance Artists. New York: Theatre Communications Group, 1990.

Chris, Cynthia. "Voices from the Beyond". High Performance 14 Winter 1991): 48.

Christgau, Robert. "Christgau's Consumer Guide" (review of Big Science). The Village Voice ( June 1, 1982): 78.

-----. "The Year the Rolling Stones Lost the Pennant". The Village Voice ( Jan. 27, 1982): 36-37.

Coe, Robert. "Four Performance Artists". Theater. Yale School of Drama/ Yale Repertory Theater ( Spring 1982): 82-85.

-----. "Taking Chances. Laurie Anderson and John Cage". Tricycle, The Buddhist Review, no. 4 ( Summer 1992): 53-59.

Cokes, Tony. "Laurie Anderson at 57th Street Playhouse, New York". Art in America 74 ( July 1986): 120.

Copeland, Roger. "Laurie in Wonderland". Theatre Communications 5 ( Apr. 1983): 14-17.

-----. "What You See Is Not What You Hear". Portfolio 5 ( Mar.-Apr. 1983): 102-5.

Cubitt, Sean. "Laurie Anderson: Myth, Management, and Platitude", in John Roberts ed., Art Has No History! The Making and Unmaking of Modern Art. London and New York: Verso, 1994.

Dasgupta, Gautam. "Laurie Anderson, Americans on the Move Parts I and II, The Kitchen". Performance Art, no. 1 ( 1979): 47.

Davis, Peter G. "The Eclectic Circus". New York Magazine ( Feb. 21, 1983): 57-58.

Dery, Mark. "From Hugo Ball to Hugo Largo: 75 Years of Art and Music". High Performance 11 ( Winter 1988): 54-57.

-----. "Laurie Anderson Goes for the Throat". High Performance 7, no. 2 ( 1984): 8-9, 80.

Drukman, Steven. "Laurie Anderson". Artforum 33 ( Summer 1995): 110.

Ecrans politiques, exh. cat. Montreal: Musée d'Art Contemporain, 1985.

Fergier, Jean-Paul. "Home of the Brave". Cahiers du cinéma ( Paris), no. 405 ( Mar. 1988): 49-50.

Flood, Richard. Review ( "O Superman" / Walk the Dog. Artforum 20 ( Sept. 1981): 80-81.


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  • Title Page 2
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 11
  • The 1970s 30
  • The 1980s 83
  • The 1990s 146
  • Biography 190
  • Records, Films, Videos, Cd-Rom's, Scores, and Songs 195
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