As far as repurposed spaces go, the Domino Sugar Factory, nestled beneath the Brooklyn half of the Williamsburg Bridge, airs on the side of unfinished. The building was a beautiful long column of tangled concrete and glass with a high arched ceiling that let in beams of light from the setting sun. The air inside Read More
Laurie Anderson is unstoppable. She has a show with Vito Schnabel. She’s a commencement speaker. And now she will be the inaugural distinguished artist in residence at the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, in Troy, N.Y., the institution announced today. Her residency lasts three years.
This is a big week for the artist Laurie Anderson, who will speak at SVA’s commencement ceremony on May 10, the day before her show of paintings, organized by Vito Schnabel, opens at a storefront space at Greenwich and Leroy.