In what is Anderson’s largest solo exhibition to date in Europe, visitors are treated to a narrative on the nature of time, space and existence. A representative selection of the artist’s works from the 1970s up to the present day is complemented with brand new, site-specific productions: conceptual art, performance, innovative musical instruments, compositions, stage shows, as well as activist art and political art. The exhibition serves as a forum for both physical materials and techniques – painting, sculpture, analogue photography, sound tapes and film strips – and new digital worlds, such as virtual reality.
Laurie Anderson, born in Glen Ellyn, a suburb of Chicago, in 1947 has Swedish ancestry on her father’s side. Her grandfather hailed from Dalsland.
Curator: Lena Essling
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