David Byrne, Tight Spot, 2011, cold air inflatable with audio, 19' 6" x 48' x 48' (594.4 cm x 1,463 cm x 1,463 cm) © David Byrne David Byrne Detailsb. 1952, Dumbarton, ScotlandConnectdavidbyrne.com@davidbyrneofficial David Byrne was raised in Baltimore where he briefly attended the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in 1971 after transferring from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence.Byrne studied photography, performance, and video production at MICA. In 1975 Byrne co-founded the group Talking Heads, who in the 80s introduced an innovative visual approach to their performances.Byrne has been involved with photography, drawing, installations, performance and design since college and has been publishing and exhibiting his work since the 1990s. Like his music, Byrne’s visual work has the capacity to elevate and transform ordinary elements into iconic ones and challenges our fundamental notions of what can be classified as art.Recent works include the Broadway debut of David Byrne’s American Utopia (2019) as well as the forthcoming Spike Lee directed film version (2020), the launch of his Reasons to be Cheerful online magazine (2019), and the solo album American Utopia (2018). Byrne co-founded the band Talking Heads (1976), for which he was the guitarist and lead singer, and established the record labels Luaka Bop (1988) and Todo Mundo (2008). Other artistic achievements include the theatrical piece Joan of Arc: Into the Fire (2017); a series of interactive environments questioning human perception and bias, The Institute Presents: NEUROSOCIETY (2016); the theatrical production Here Lies Love (2013); the public installation Tight Spot (2011) at Pace Gallery; the audio installation Playing the Building (2005); the public installation Everything is Connected (2002) at Saks Fifth Avenue, New York. Byrne wrote, directed, and starred in True Stories, a musical collage of discordant Americana released in 1986. For his contribution to The Last Emperor’s soundtrack Byrne received an Academy Award for Best Original Score and in 2004, Byrne won the Wired Award for Art for his project Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information (EEEI) that used the presentation software PowerPoint as an art medium.Byrne’s work belongs to numerous collections, including the Denver Art Museum and the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, N.C.His book projects include True Stories (1986); Strange Ritual (1995); Your Action World (1998, 1999); The New Sins/Los Nuevos Pecados (2001); David Byrne Asks You: What Is It? (2002); Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information (2003); Arboretum (2006) and How Music Works (2012).Byrne lives and works in New York City. David Byrne, Human Content, 2002, pencil on paper, 16-7/8" x 14" paper, signed, titled and dated verso in pencil unique © David Byrne David Byrne, The Influence of Mixed Drinks, 2003, pencil on paper, 17" x 14" paper, signed, titled and dated verso in pencil unique © David Byrne David Byrne, Smoke, 2006, embroidery on upholstery, 18" x 14" overall, signed, titled, dated and numbered verso in ink, Edition of 5 © David Byrne David Byrne, Morally Repugnant, 2003, pencil on paper, 17" x 14" paper, signed, titled and dated verso in pencil unique © David Byrne David Byrne, Doggie Chew Toy, 2004, black and white digital inkjet print on Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper with Ultrachrome inks, 11" x 8-1/2" paper, Edition of 5 © David Byrne Exhibitions View All Online Only David Byrne dingbats Past Oct 15–Nov 2, 2020 Journal View All Essays Are You Liberal? Are You Sure? Oct 28, 2020 Essays The Unlikely Friendship that Helped Legalize Same-Sex Marriage in Ireland Oct 20, 2020 Essays We're Closer Than We Realize by We Are Not Divided Oct 16, 2020 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Books Periodicals Close David ByrneOne-Artist Exhibitions David Byrne One Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1952, Dumbarton, ScotlandEducation1970–1971, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence1971–1972, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore2020Online: David Byrne: dingbats, Pace Gallery, October 15–November 2, 2020.2016The Institute Presents: NEUROSOCIETY [David Byrne, Mala Gaonkar], Pace Art + Technology, 350 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, California, October 29, 2016–March 31, 2017.2011David Byrne: Tight Spot, The Pace Gallery, 508 West 25th Street, New York, September 16–October 1, 2011.2010David Byrne, Collette, Paris, May 3–29, 2010.David Byrne; Guitar Pedals, Vacant by No Idea, Tokyo, December 11–26, 2010.David Byrne: Arboretum, Electric Works Project Space, San Francisco, July 16–August 15, 2010.2009David Byrne: Playing the Building, Roundhouse, London, August 8–31, 2009.2008David Byrne: Playing the Building (presented by Creative Time), Battery Maritime Building, New York, May 31–August 24, 2008.2007David Byrne: Furnishing the Self and Upholstering the Soul, Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, D.C., November 3–December 22, 2007.2006David Byrne: Furnishing the Self and Upholstering the Soul, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, October 19–November 25, 2006.2005David Byrne: Playing the Building, Färgfabriken, Stockholm, October 8–November 13, 2005.2004David Byrne: Trees, Tombstones and Bullet Points, George Eastman House, Rochester, New York, October 2, 2004–February 6, 2005.2003David Byrne: What is It?, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, July 19–September 26, 2003.David Byrne, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, March 6–April 26, 2003.2002David Byrne: Elective Affinities: A Trade Show Demonstration, Track 16 Gallery, Los Angeles, September 14–October 19, 2002.2001Indices: New and Ongoing Work by David Byrne, Maryland Institute College of Art, Decker Gallery, Baltimore, November 9–December 16, 2001.1999David Byrne, Weinstein Gallery, Minneapolis, June 25–August 20, 1999.David Byrne: Better Living Through Chemistry, Lloyd Jerome Gallery, Glasglow, Scotland, May 8–July 1, 1999.David Byrne: Your Action World, Marino alla Scala Art Center, Milan, April 13–May 31, 1999.1998David Byrne: Sleepless Nights, Strange Ritual, Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland, November 12–December 12, 1998.David Byrne: Fe, Centro Fotografico Alvarez Bravo, Oaxaca, Mexico, October 30, 1998–January 10, 1999.David Byrne: Summa Scientae Mundi, LipanjePuntin Artecontemporanea, Trieste, Italy, October 16–December 15, 1998.David Byrne: Your Action World, Civico Museo Revoltella, Trieste, Italy, October 3–November 2, 1998.David Byrne: Glory! Sucess! Ecstasy!, Aktionforum Praterinsel, Munich, September 26–November 15, 1998.David Byrne: Superego, LipanjePuntin Artecontemporanea, First Gramercy International, Gramercy Hotel, New York, May 8–11, 1998.1997David Byrne: Stairway to Heaven, Art Futura, Madrid, October 14–19, 1997.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, La Foret Museum, Tokyo, April 22–May 12, 1997.David Byrne: Desire, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, March 7–April 27, 1997.David Byrne: ActionLoveGods!, Photographs Do Not Bend, Dallas, March 7–April 19, 1997.1996David Byrne: Anima Mundi, Camerawork, San Francisco, December 12, 1996–February 1, 1997David Byrne: Stairway to Heaven, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, December 6, 1996–January 6, 1997David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Bridge Center for Contemporary Art, El Paso, October 31–November 30, 1996.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Il Ponte Gallery, Rome, September 20–October 19, 1996.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Gallery 44, Toronto, September 6–October 5, 1996.David Byrne: Desire, MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts, July 26–October 20, 1996.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Mylos Gallery, Thessoloniki, Greece, June 20–July 14, 1996.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Galerie Ressle/Konsthandel, Stockholm, March 20–April 21, 1996.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Gallery Anonimus, Ljubljana, Slovenia, January 20–February 20, 1996.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Photographers' Gallery, London, January 19–March 9, 1996.1995David Byrne: Evidence of Human Habitation, Carousel Exhibition Space, Istanbul, December 5–18, 1995.David Byrne: Photographs, Books & Books, Coral Gables, Florida, December 1, 1995–January 3, 1996.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Cristinerose Gallery, New York, October 21–November 22, 1995.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Chassie Post Gallery, Atlanta, October 17–November 25, 1995.David Byrne: Sacred Objects, Sleepless Nights, Loja da Atalaia, Lisbon, June 20–July 1, 1995.David Byrne: Strange Ritual, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, June 2–28, 1995.David Byrne: Evidence of Human Habitation, Centar za fotografiju film i tv, Zagreb, Croatia, April 10–May 7, 1995.David Byrne: Sacred Objects, Parco Gallery, Tokyo, March 30–April 25, 1995. Traveled to: Kiyumisu-dera Temple, Kyoto, 1995; Parco Gallery, Osaka, 1995.David Byrne: Sleepless Nights, Galerie Arndt & Partner, Berlin, February 11–April 9, 1995.David Byrne: Evidence of Human Habitation, Photo Center, Moscow, February 9–March 2, 1995.1994David Byrne: Sacred Objects, Sleepless Nights, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 15–September 10, 1994. (Catalogue)David Byrne: En la Pared, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, July 20–August 9, 1994.David Byrne: Photo Works, Stelling Gallery, Leiden, Holland, April 29–May 29, 1994.David Byrne: Photo Works, Galerie Transit, Leuven, Belgium, January 15–February 27, 1994.David Byrne: Faith, CBGB's 313 Gallery, New York, January 13–February 26, 1994. David ByrneGroup Exhibitions David Byrne Group Exhibitions 2014MONA FOMA Festival, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania, January 15–19, 2014.2011The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, September 2, 2010–February 6, 2011. Traveled to: Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, April 15–September 5, 2011; Pérez Art Museum, Miami, March 18–June 10, 2012; Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, July 14–October 7, 2012. (Catalogue)2010Moral Dilemmas and Inside Out, Reykjavík Arts Festival, Iceland, May 2010.Passion is the Difference, LipanjePuntin artecontemporanea, Trieste, Italy, June 11–October 16, 2010.2009Economy of Scale, Hemphill, Washington, D.C., November 7–December 23, 2009.2008Voice of Julio / Vox de Julio in Máquinas y Almas (with David Hanson), Arte Digital (Machines and Souls, Digital Art), Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, June 26–October 13, 2008.It's Not Only Rock and Roll, Baby, Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, June 19–September 5, 2008. (Catalogue)2007Supermodels II: Real vs Unreal, LipanjePuntin Artecontemporanea, Rome, December 13, 2007–January 24, 2008.Deaf 2: From the Audible to the Visible, Galerie Frank Elbaz, Paris, September 8–October 13, 2007.Hot + Bothered: Looking at The Landscape/Thinking About The World, Pace/Macgill Gallery, New York, July 11–August 24, 2007.Playing the Building (Presented by Creative Time), Battery Maritime Building, New York, May 31–August 24, 2007.Notes on Utopia, Maya Stendhal Gallery, New York, March 1–April 28, 2007.2005Destination Works at PULSE/Miami, Miami, December 1–4, 2005.The New Sins, CONTACT Toronto Photography Festival, Canada, May 1–31, 2005. (Lightbox installation)2004The Voting Booth Project, Parsons Gallery, New York, October 8–December 5, 2004. (Catalogue)Shhh! Sounds in Spaces, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, May 20–August 30, 2004. (Catalogue) (Audio Installation)Tactical Action, Gigantic ArtSpace, New York, April 14–June 10, 2004.2003Illegal Art: Freedom of Expression in the Corporate Age, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artists Gallery, California, July 2–25, 2003. Traveled to Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia, October 3–November 2, 2003; Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida, February 2–April 2, 2006; Pacific Northwest College of Art, Feldman Gallery + Project Space, Portland, Oregon, August 28–October 21, 2006.2002I Love This Crowd!, Sonic Garden, World Financial Center, New York, October 17–November 30, 2002. (Audio installation)Tokyo Art Jungle, Tokyo International Forum, August 13–15, 2002.The New Sins, Sydney Festival, Australia, January 5–26, 2002. (Lightbox installation)2001Supermodel, LipanjePuntin Artecontemporanea, Trieste, Italy, June 17–September 15, 2001.The New Sins, Cuerpo & Pecado, Valencia Biennial, Spain, June–October 2001.Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 29–April 2, 2001.2000David Byrne: The Wedding Party (with Adelle Lutz), LipanjePuntin Artecontemporanea, Trieste, Italy, November 24, 2000–February 1, 2001.Still in Motion, LipanjePuntin Artecontemporanea, Trieste, Italy, October 2–November 30, 2000. (Catalogue)1999Better Living through Chemistry, A Belfast Festival at Queens and Ormeau Baths Gallery Project, Northern Ireland, November 12–29, 1999. (Billboard project)The Before Pictures, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams, Massachusetts, September 14–December 1, 1999.1998Under/Exposed, Stockholm, Sweden, December 21, 1998–January 3, 1999. Subway installation)Warehouse: A Concept for Collecting, Exit Art/The First World, New York, May 9, 1998.New York Color School, Valerie's Gallery, New York, May 2–July 4, 1998.Welcome Tokion, George’s Gallery, Los Angeles, March 17–April 1, 1998.19975 & 10: Art for Change, Tampa, July 11–20, 1997.Just What Do You Think You’re Doing, Dave? Williamsburg Art and Historical Society, Brooklyn, June 21–July 26, 1997.Rio Grande Project: A River Thirsting For Itself, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 20–August 16, 1997. (Catalogue)Icon, San Francisco MOMA, California, April 18–September 16, 1997.1996Luminous Image, The Alternative Museum, New York, November 16, 1996–January 18, 1997.Blind Spot: The First Four Years, Baldacci Gallery, New York, October 1–26, 1996.Nash's Greatest Hits, Photographers' Gallery, London, September 5–October 18, 1996.Inspire Courage, Alice Rubbini Gallery, Bologna, Italy, July 13–September 1, 1996.Sweat, Exit Art, New York, June 15–July 20, 1996.1995An Exhibition of Photographs to Benefit Tibet House NY, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, 1995.Blind Spot, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas, 1995.The Colour Red, ACC Rheinhallen, Agrippinawerft, Cologne, Germany, November 3–15, 1995. Traveled in Germany until end of 1997.Blind Spot Exhibition, 214 Lafayette Street, New York, October 6–8, 1995.Metamorphoses: Photography in the Electronic Age, FIT, New York, September 8–October 29, 1995. Traveled to Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Texas, June 9–July 30, 1995; Tampa Museum of Art, Florida, February 25–April 21, 1996; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania, June 22–August 18, 1996; San Jose Museum of Art, California, September–October, 1996. (Catalogue)1994Shot in El Paso, El Paso Museum of Art, Texas, July 14–September 17, 1994. (Catalogue)Summer Salon (Pictures We Like), Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York, July 8–August 26, 1994.1993Dirty Birds, Wooster Gardens, New York, July 1–31, 1993.1992Our Town, Burden Gallery, New York, September 9–December 19, 1992. (Catalogue)1991Beyond Japan: A Photo Theatre, Barbican Art Gallery, London, July 11–September 22, 1991. (Catalogue)1990Reproduced Authentic, Galerie Via Eight, Tokyo, November 3–16, 1990. (Catalogue) David ByrnePublic Collections David Byrne Public Collections Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, CaliforniaDenver Art Museum, DenverThe Museum of Fine Arts, HoustonThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkNational Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los AngelesSoutheastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North CarolinaSpencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, KansasWhitney Museum of American Art, New York David ByrneBooks David Byrne Bibliography: Books 2012Byrne, David. How Music Works. San Francisco: McSweeneys, 2012.2010Steenstra, Sytze. Song and Circumstance. The Work of David Byrne from Talking Heads to the Present. New York: The Continuum International Publishing Group, Ltd., 2010.2009Byrne, David. Bicycle Diaries. New York: Viking, 2009.2008Sans, Jérôme. It’s Not Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Baby! (exhibition catalogue). Barcelona: BOM Publishers and Actar-D, 2008.2006Byrne, David. Arboretum. San Francisco: McSweeney's Books, 2006.2004Pearlman, Chee. The Voting Booth Project: Where Design and Democracy Collide (exhibition catalogue). New York: Parsons School of Design, 2004.Shhh! Sounds in Spaces (exhibition catalogue). London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 2004.2003Byrne, David. Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information. Göttingen, Germany: Steidl, 2003.2002David Byrne Asks You: What Is It? Santa Monica, California: Smart Art Press, 2002.2001Byrne, David. The New Sins / Los Nuevos Pecados. San Francisco: McSweeney’s Books, 2001.2000Still in Motion (exhibition catalogue). Bologna and Trieste: Pendragon and Lipanjepuntin arte Contemporanea, 2000.1999Byrne, David. Your Action World: Winners are Losers with a New Attitude. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1999.1997Armitage, Diane and Larry Ogan. The Rio Grande Project: A River Thirsting for Itself (exhibition catalogue). Sante Fe, New Mexico: Santa Fe Council for the Arts, 1997.1995Byrne, David. Strange Ritual: Words and Pictures. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1995.1994Batchen, Geoffrey. Metamorphoses: Photography in the Electronic Age (exhibition catalogue). New York: Aperture Foundation, 1994.David Byrne: Sacred Objects, Sleepless Nights (exhibition catalogue). Edinburgh, Scotland: Stills Gallery, 1994.Shot in El Paso: Contemporary Photographers on the Border (exhibition catalogue). El Paso, Texas: El Paso Museum of Art, 1994.1992Harris, Melissa. Our Town (exhibition catalogue). New York: Aperture, 1992.1991Holborn, Mark. Beyond Japan: A Photo Theatre (exhibition catalogue). London: Jonathan Cape, 1991.1990Kosuth, Joseph. Reproduced Authentic: An Exhibition, on the Occasion of the Opening of Barney’s New York, Tokyo (exhibition catalogue). Tokyo: Galerie Via Eight, 19901986Byrne, David. True Stories. New York: Penguin Books, 1986. David ByrneBibliography: Press, Essays, & Interviews David Byrne Bibliography: Press, Essays, & Interviews 2020Bogojev, Sasha. “Stop (and Start) Making Sense: David Byrne's Dingbats Drawings @ Pace Gallery” (Pace Gallery online exhibition review). Juxtapoz, 23 October 2020. https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/news/stop-and-start-making-sense-david-byrne-s-dingbats-drawings-pace-gallery/“David Byrne Leads Online Charity Exhibition of Drawings via Pace Gallery to Promote Unity Ahead of US Election” (Pace Gallery online exhibition review). Nonesuch, 14 October 2020. https://www.nonesuch.com/journal/david-byrne-online-charity-exhibition-drawings-pace-gallery-unity-election-2020-10-15Gleiberman, Owen. “Critics Pick: “‘American Utopia’ Review: Spike Lee Heightens the Magic of David Byrne’s Transporting Broadway Rock Show.” Variety, 10 September 2020. https://variety.com/2020/film/reviews/american-utopia-review-david-byrne-spike-lee-1234763202/“Gli ironici disegni realizzati da David Byrne durante la quarantena” (Pace Gallery online exhibition review). Sky Arte, 18 October 2020. https://arte.sky.it/2020/10/disegni-david-byrne-quarantena-pace-gallery/Gural, Natasha. “David Byrne Draws Hope From ‘Dingbats’ In Latest Collaboration With Pace Gallery: Zoom Interview” (Pace Gallery online exhibition). Forbes, 21 October 2020. https://www.forbes.com/sites/natashagural/2020/10/21/david-byrne-draws-hope-from-dingbats-in-latest-collaboration-with-pace-gallery-zoom-interview/#61f62d4b52a7Harris, Gareth. “Talking Heads singer David Byrne sells his quirky quarantine illustrations” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The Art Newspaper, 16 October 2020. https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/singer-david-byrne-s-new-drawings-reflect-fears-and-anxieties-of-life-during-lockdown-in-manhattanJonze, Tim. “David Byrne’s lockdown despair: ‘I’d wake up and ask – What am I doing today and why?” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The Guardian, 14 October 2020. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2020/oct/14/david-byrne-lockdown-drawings-therapy-fears-come-outMattern, Shannon. “The Art of the Slide Deck.” Art in America, 108, no. 2, February 2020.Rugoff, Lazlo. “David Byrne launches new online exhibit, dingbats” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The Vinyl Factory, 16 October 2020. https://thevinylfactory.com/news/david-byrne-launches-new-exhibit-dingbats/Solomon, Tessa. “While in Lockdown, Musician David Byrne Took Up Drawing to Help Fight Fatigue” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). ARTnews, 16 October 2020. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/artists/david-byrne-drawings-interview-pace-gallery-1234574137/Williams, Megan. “David Byrne’s irreverent illustrations muse on life during Covid” (Pace Gallery online exhibition review). Creative Review, 23 October 2020. https://www.creativereview.co.uk/david-byrne-dingbats-illustrations-pace/2019Brantley, Ben. “Critic’s Pick: Theater Review: ‘American Utopia’ Is Davy Byrne’s Neighborhood.” The New York Times, 20 October 2019. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/20/theater/american-utopia-review-david-byrne.html2018Kornhaber, Spencer. “Music: David Byrne’s Joyful and Uncomfortable Reinvention of the Rock Concert.” The Atlantic, 5 August 2018. https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2018/08/david-byrne-american-utopia-tour-boston-review/566747/Lynskey, Dorian. “David Byrne: ‘I’m able to talk in a social group now – not retreat into a corner.’” The Guardian, 4 March 2018. https://www.theguardian.com/music/2018/mar/04/david-byrne-i-am-able-to-talk-in-a-social-group-now-american-utopiaTannenbaum, Rob. “Inside David Byrne’s Cheerful Dystopia.” The New York Times, 7 March 2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/07/arts/music/david-byrne-american-utopia.html2017Byrne, David. “Eliminating the Human.” MIT Technology Review, 15 August 2017.2016Ulla, Gabe. “David Byrne’s Beautiful Mind.” WSJ Magazine, 18 October 2016. https://www.wsj.com/articles/david-byrnes-beautiful-mind-1476814234Myrow, Rachel. “David Byrne’s Theatrical Thought Experiment in Silicon Valley.” KQED, 25 October 2016. https://www.kqed.org/arts/12232234/david-byrnes-theatrical-thought-experiment-in-silicon-valleyPechman, Alexandra. “Health & Fitness: Can Art Teach Us About Our Brains? Inside David Byrne’s Mind-Bending New Project.” Vogue, 28 October 2016. https://www.vogue.com/article/david-byrne-neurosociety-art-theater-experience-neuroscience-researchNeuendorf, Henri. “Exhibitions: David Byrne Brings Neuroscience to Pace Gallery.” Artnet News, 4 October 2016. https://www.vogue.com/article/david-byrne-neurosociety-art-theater-experience-neuroscience-research2013Aarons, Rachel. "David Byrne’s Advice." The New Yorker, 6 June 2013.Brantley, Ben. "Theater Review: A Rise to Power, Disco Round Included: David Byrne’s ‘Here Lies Love.” The New York Times, 23 April 2013.2012Byrne, David. "Opinion: This Is How We Ride." The New York Times, 26 May 2012.Maloney, Devon. "David Byrne and Fatboy Slim's Imelda Marcos Musical Is Happening.” Spin, 19 April 2012.2011Miller, Michael H. “Pace Gallery Starts the Season with Three Shows on West 25th Street” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). New York Observer, 11 September 2011. https://28acdc74-50c3-453e-9ab1-8a2ed7b4274a.filesusr.com/ugd/2559db_3597f9d4f46447689346fbd4b51dc0e7.pdfChou, Kimberly. “Byrne-ing Down the World.” The Wall Street Journal, 16 September 2011: A15.“The Whole World, In His Hands: David Byrne Brings His Art to Chelsea” New York Observer, 13 September 2011.2010Kurutz, Steven. "The Talking Head Rides to the Rescue.” The Wall Street Journal, 30 November 2010.2009Sutcliffe, Thomas. "Art that Hits all the Right Notes.” The Independent, 14 August 2009.2008Bell, Natalie."David Byrne.” Art Papers, December 2008."The former Talking Head’s Latest Bizarre and Brilliant Scheme." The Village Voice, 3 June 20082006Cesare, T. Nikki. “David Byrne” (Pace/MacGill Gallery review). Artforum, 17 November 2006.Debelle, Penelope. "Imelda, Fatboy, a cabaret and me." The Sydney Morning Herald, 22 February 2008.2005Adams, James. "Byrning Bright on Queen." Toronto The Globe and Mail, 17 May 2005."Artiste of the Week." Entertainment Weekly. 28 October 2005.Brown, Stephen. "Former 'Talking Head' turns factory into instrument." Reuters, 10October 2005.Cassidy, Laura. "With the Lights Out, Henry Art Gallery." Seattle Weekly, 8 March 2005.Feaster, Felicia. "Vulture Culture, David Byrne Ponders the Popularity of PowerPoint." Creative Loafing, 23 February 2005.Fitzpatrick, Brendan and Amy Phillips. "David Byrne Plays a Factory, Teams with Fatboy Slim." Pitchfork Media, 7 November 2005.Ganahl, Jane. "David Byrne Explores the Artistic Possibilities of PowerPoint in Berkeley Lecture." San Francisco Chronicle, 11 March 2005.Goddard, Peter. "At once artist and huckster: David Byrne's New Sins conquer Queen St." Toronto Star, 30 April 2005.Hanscom, Thaddeua. "No Backing Band, Just David Byrne and PowerPoint." The Seattle Times, 8 March 2005.Harvey, Doug. "Byrne, Baby, Byrne." LA Weekly, 4 March 2005.Jacobs, Rose. "PowerPoint Pathos." Financial Times, 15 May 2005.Lippens, Nate. "Business as Poetry, David Byrne's PowerPoint Art." The Stranger, 3 March 2005.McKeough, Tim. "The Art of PowerPoint." The Toronto Star, 13 March 2005.McPheeters, Sam. "David Byrne Apparently Loves PowerPoint." OC Weekly, 4 March 2005.Powell, Bonnie Azab. "David Byrne Really Does [heard] PowerPoint, Berkeley Presentation Shows.” UC Berkeley News, March 2005.Ritter, Ben. "Using PowerPoint Analyzed by Artist." New University Paper (University of California Irvine). 30 March 2005.Row, D.K. "David Byrne Makes his Point." The Oregonian, 2 March 2005.2004Blair, Gwenda. "Designers Redefine the Political Machine." The New York Times, 7 October 2004.Byrne, David. "Interview: Bruce Mau and David Byrne." Contemporary Magazine, no. 69 (2004).Cripps, Charlotte. "Musical Mystery Tour." Independent (London), 11 May 2004."David Byrne’s PowerPoint Art: Musician Uses Business Program for Ironic Avant-Garde Art." Day to Day, NPR, New York: WNYC. 14 January 2004.Hardy, Robert. "Sound Suggestion." The New Statesman, 19 July 2004.Plagens, Peter. "ART Tools of Democracy." Newsweek, 18 October 2004.Radcliffe, Liat. "Art: Spice It Up with Sound." Newsweek (Atlantic Edition). 28 June 2004.Wyse, Pascal. "David Byrne and the talking toilet." Guardian Unlimited, 19 May 2004. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2004/may/19/artWolfson, Richard. "A Long Way to go on the Sound Track." Daily Telegraph (London), 20 May 2004.2003Berger, Shoshanna. "Good Company: Reimagining Corporate America." ReadyMade, (Fall 2003).Braiker, Brian. "The Epistemology of David Byrne." Newsweek, 13 December 2003.Byrne, David. "Learning to Love PowerPoint." Wired, September 2003.Dannatt, Adrian. "A One Man Multi-Media Company." The Art Newspaper, April 2003.Jardin, Xeni. "Turning Heads with PowerPoint." Wired News, 9 December 2003.Konrad, Rachel. "Does PowerPoint make us stupid?" Associated Press (AP), 30 December 2003."Still Making Sense." The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, Australia). 1 October 2003.Verini, James. "PowerPoint, Art: With the Program." Los Angeles Times, 4 December 2003."Verwandlungs-Künstler." Page, August 2003Vienne, Véronique. "Books: David Byrne's Alternate PowerPoint Universe." The New York Times, 17 August 2003."Wild, Wild Life." Financial Times (USA Edition), 10 September 2003.2002Byrne, David. "On the Record." Interview with A.D. Amorosi. Magnet, December 2002/January 2003."David Byrne: Getting the I Out of Design." dot dot dot #4, Winter 2002.Dover, Caitlin. "The Good Book." Print 56, no. 1 (March/April 2002).Spencer, Danielle. "It's Like a Thing of Everything..." June 2002. http://220.127.116.11/art/art_projects/everything_is_connected/spencer_essay.php"You May Ask Yourself: What Is This Unusual Show?" Los Angeles Times, 15 September 2002.2001"Byrne Confronts New Sins." Capital Times, 7 September 2001.Byrne, David. "Byrne, Baby, Byrne.” Interview with Elsa Ludwig. A&E, 2001.Byrne, David. 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