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A Laurie Anderson Pilgrimage? Just Don’t Tell Her You’re Calling it That

You are sitting, floating through the virtual clouds, when you hear that unmistakable voice coming through the headphones. The glittering buildings. Paper being shredded on the floor. It is Laurie Anderson, the artist most famous for her fluke 1981 hit “O Superman” but acclaimed for decades of creativity that have defied categorization. And this is “Aloft,” a new, virtual-reality piece at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. Read more about Laurie Anderson and her exhibits at MASS MoCA >>