Lydia Lunch’s Infinite Rebellion

“Good luck figuring me out,” the 62-year-old artist said. A new documentary called “The War Is Never Over” does its best.

Lydia Lunch’s Infinite Rebellion

The New York Times – by Jim Farber

For nearly two hours on a recent afternoon, Lydia Lunch sat in her bright Brooklyn apartment and spoke with bracing speed, and at an alarming volume, about rape, murder, incest, genocide, racism, sadism, torture and — for a thunderous encore — the apocalypse. Because she has spent more than four decades broadcasting her belief that such brutal subjects lie at the heart of the human experience, critics have often cast her as a nihilist.

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