Lydia Lunch (Paperback)

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Lydia Lunch (Paperback)

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In these uncensored, easy-to-read yet not dumbed-down interviews,
Lydia Lunch spiritedly discusses her personal history and some of the
many creative collaborations that have spiced up her life, art and
travels. A master of cutting through creative gordian-knots, she
discusses how she evolved her unique style of guitar-playing and
song-writing.
Simplicity and originality are the hallmarks of her
recent Teenage Jesus and the Jerks concert performance tours. Lydia has
not only survived but thrived as she has traveled the world making art,
music, performance and installations -- always on her own terms. An
incarnation of female Nietzschean will, Lydia Lunch continually
surprises, provokes and evokes dark laughter in these "you-are-there"
transcribed conversations. Hopefully, after reading this book, every
reader will be inspired to make art, create blasphemous thoughts, and
change the world...
Lydia Lunch: Lydia Lunch is a writer, musician, photographer, Spoken Word artist, filmmaker, installation artist, lecturer, recording artist, band leader, and more. A founder of the No Wave NYC movement circa 1976, she spearheaded Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, starred in early Richard Kern films/photographs, etc.
Product Details ISBN: 9781889307381
ISBN-10: 1889307386
Publisher: Re/Search Publications
Publication Date: February 5th, 2013
Pages: 112
Language: English

"Somebody gave me a broken guitar . . . and that's how I wrote most of the songs." Lydia Lunch, from the book