NASA's Artist-in-Residence

Laurie Anderson looks back

Monday, February 21, 2005

A few years ago Laurie Anderson got a phone call from NASA asking her to become its first Artist-in-Residence. Anderson is a boundary-defying artist. She sings, she plays violin, she composes music, she writes prose. At first she thought the phone call was a prank, but when she realized it wasn't, she accepted the post.

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