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SOF Events October 2015

Laurie Anderson, HABEAS CORPUS, 2015
Photo: James Ewing
Laurie Anderson, Heart of a Dog, film still
Courtesy: the artist
Laurie Anderson, Poster for the New York Film Festival
Image: filmlinc.org
Eric Nathan, Multitude Solitude, 2015
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Art, music, and film

NEW YORK
2-4 October
HABEAS CORPUS, Laurie Anderson

HABEAS CORPUS, the new installation and performance by Laurie Anderson, RAAR 2006, premieres this month at the Park Avenue Armory. A press release by the Armory states, "Iconic performance artist Laurie Anderson expands upon her work fusing storytelling and technology, creating an installation and performance piece that examines lost identity, memory, and the resiliency of the human body and spirit. This gripping new artwork interweaves film, sculpture, music, and video to examine the story of Mohammed el Gharani, one of the youngest detainees at Guantanamo Bay." See reviews and a video clip.

NEW YORK
8 October, 6pm
Heart of a Dog, Laurie Anderson

Laurie Anderson's new feature-length film Heart of a Dog premiered at the Telluride Film Festival earlier this year and will be screened at the New York Film Festival on 8 October. It will open in theaters on 21 October and will air on HBO in 2016. Anderson designed the poster for the festival too.

Walter Reade Theater
Sold out 

NEW YORK
12 October, doors open 6:30pm, music starts 7:30pm
CD Release Concert, Eric Nathan
Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleeker Street
212.505.3474

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BROOKLINE, MASSACHUSETTS
18 October, 8:30pm
CD Release Concert, Eric Nathan
St. Paul's Church
15 St. Paul Street
617.566.4953

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Eric Nathan, FAAR 2014, invites the Academy community to the release concerts for his new CD, Multitude Solitude, which came out in September on Albany Records. The release tour will continue on 23 November in Dobbs Ferry, New York. 

NEW YORK
23 October, 8:30pm
80th Year Celebration: The Music of John Eaton

Join John Eaton, FAAR 1962, RAAR 1975, and friends for a celebratory concert of Eaton's music directed and conducted by Carmen Helena Tellez on the occasion of his 80th year.

Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space
Broadway at 95th Street
Box office: 212.864.5400

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CONTINUING

Maria Elena Gozalez in Ljubljana, Slovenia (until 1 November). Rocío Rodríguez at Kathryn Markel in New York (until 17 October), and Bunny Harvey's retrospective at Wellesley (until 13 December). See SOF Events, September, 2015.

Terry Adkins,Patricia Cronin, Jenny Holzer, and Bruce Naumann in the Venice Biennale (until 22 November). See SOF Events, May 2015.