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Lifting off from NASA experience

Laurie Anderson's latest journey is to 'The End of the Moon'

By Karen Campbell
Globe Correspondent / January 16, 2005

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To call Laurie Anderson a cultural icon is apt, but doesn't quite summon the range and depth of her artistic explorations over more than three decades. One of the world's premiere performance artists, famed for high-tech, cutting-edge fusions of music, text, and visuals, she may be best known for the 1981 song "O Superman," which became an unexpected pop hit. ... (Full article: 857 words)

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