To the Bozar this evening to see the inimitable Laurie Anderson performing her latest creation, Dirt Day, an exploration, via personal experiences and reflections, of such themes as mortality, love, evolution, but also the social consequences of the economic crisis in the United States and the country’s constant search for an enemy against which to assert its own still emerging identity. The reflections were interspersed with and accompanied by characteristic soundscape passages and violin solos and Anderson once again used a voice filter to magic up the male voice that she describes as her voice of authority or of conscience. It would be mean to give away the comic one-liners and the plot developments, so I won’t. But this is definitely a show to catch up with whenever it is next performed in Europe (which apparently means Slovenia in June or London in early August, according to her website).