Laurie Anderson @ Dvorana Tabor, Maribor (Slovenia), 01/06/2012
One of the definitive highlights of this years European Capital of Culture (ECOC) project that is happening all year round in Maribor (and few other towns in Slovenia) was surely performance of Laurie Anderson, New York based singer and versatile artist, eclectic author, best known for her multimedia performances and innovative use of technology.
This living icon of the avant-garde, pioneer of electronic music, and one of the most flamboyant and all-around artists of this and the last century (and a wife of another musical living legend, Mr. Lou "Velvet Underground" Reed), performed for us her latest project called "Dirthday!".
It was a beautiful night, but if I could dream or make a wish, it would be that next time photographers have a bit more than just the first three minutes to take photographs of this living legend on stage...
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