111, 113, 139, 143, 156; animation figures used with, 82-83; book, 42; diving board in, 144; Part 1, 63; Part 2, 85, 86, 90; tech diagram for, 142
Van Tieghem, David, 16, 19, 87, 88-89, 115, 125
ventriloquist puppet. See dummy Video Bow (invention), 127, 175, 175
video clone, 132
Video Glasses (body instrument), 139, 156
video projections, 73
videos, 4, 20, 23, 126-38
violin(s), 12, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, 51, 62, 73, 77-81, 86-87, 143; Anderson with, 15, 26, 29, 41, 52, 55, 56, 59, 60, 66, 73, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 107, 143; dummy with, 26, 27, 78, 78
Viophonograph, 15, 20, 77, 77, 81, 81
"Voice Drums" (sound on Tape Bow), 81
Voices from the Beyond (performance-talk), 21, 154, 154-55
"Waiting for You" (song), 50
Waldman, Ann, 58
Waldman, Price, 186
"Walking & Falling" (song), 96
"Walk the Dog" (song), 106
wall pieces, 18-19
War Child (foundation), 173
"War Is the Highest Form of Modern Art" (story), 159
Warner Brothers Records, 13-14, 92, 93
Way You Moved Through Me, The (photograph), 74
Web pages, 23, 149, 167, 172, 172
Wegman, William, 42
Weiner, Lawrence, 18
"Well-Tempered Beep, The" (concert), 37
Wenders, Wim, 22
What You Mean We (video), 130, 131, 131
"Where I Come From" (story), 165
Whirlwind (installation), 15, 177, 177
"White Lily" (song), 111
White on White (score), 63, 63
Whitman Walt, 87
"Wild White Horses" (story), 165
Wilson, Robert, 13, 22, 86, 111, 173
Windbook (book), 20, 46, 46
With Hidden Noise ( Duchamp), 16
Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 17
Women's Action Coalition (WAC) protest, 24, 26, 27
Women's Bathroom, Schermerhorn Library, Columbia University, April 3, 1972, 1-4 p.m. (photograph), 38, 38
"Word of Mouth," 23
"World Without End" (song), 175
"Ya!" (song), 50
You're the Guy I Want to Share My Money With (album), 20
Zappa, Frank, 58
Zazou, Hector, 173
Zeta MIDI violin, 80, 80

PHOTOGRAPH CREDITS

Laurie Anderson: 25, 27, 40 left, 41, 46 below, 47, 50, 54, 70, 71, 74 above right, 140; Shigeo Anzai: 19, 60 left, 61, 74 below; Mitchell Baum: 78 left; Christian Baur: 76; Bob Bielecki: 18, 52, 56, 66 left, 77; John David Biggs: 17; Kathan Brown: 23 left; courtesy Canal Street Communications: 22 top, 30-31, 34, 35, 36, 37 above, 67 right, 126, 127, 128-137; John P. Cavanagh: 1; Paula Court: 58, 59, 95 above, 98, 107, 112 left, 154; Geoff Crawford: 22 middle; Bice Curiger: 20 below; D. James Dee: 60 right; Johan Elbers: 24; Les Fincher: 75 above right, 110, 111, 112 right, 113, 114, 115, 118 left, 140 below left, 141, 144 below; Adriane Friere: 5, 156-57, 158, 160, 166; Mark Gavin, © Canal Street Communications: 2, 3, 145 below; Bob George: 51 above left and right, 138; Scott Gries: 186 top left; Chris Harris: 21, 91, 95 below; Perry Hoberman: 8-9, 12 above, 13, 23 right, 88-89, 93, 100, 101, 102, 103, 143; Hoger/Versluys: 79 left; Tim Jarvis: 10, 11, 148, 151; Cal Kowal: 14; John Lindley: 116, 121, 140 below right; Babette Mangolte: 7, 73; Robert Mapplethorpe: 124; Paul McMahon: 55; Frank Miceletta: 186 bottom left, 186 second from top right, 187; Maria Mules: 15; Geraldine Pontius: 37 below left and right, 38, 39; Marcia Resnick: 12 below, 20 above, 104; Monika Rittershaus: 26, 78 right; Paolo Rocci: 53; Travis Rooze, courtesy Canal Street Communications: 182183; Greg Shifrin: 84; Warren Silverman: 57; Richard Squires: 40 right; Allan Tannenbaum: 72, 75 below, 79 right, 108-9; Sarah Thompson: 186 top right, 186 second from bottom right, 186 bottom right; Yuri: 49

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