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The Supreme Indifference was a musical collaboration that involved Gordon, Jim O'Rourke and Alan Licht.
The band appeared on the 2002 compilation Fields and Streams.
She curated an exhibition at White Columns gallery in 1982 that involved contributions from Mike Kelley and Tony Oursler, among others.
Originally the band released their first two albums, Confusion is Sex (1983) and Bad Moon Rising (1985) on Neutral and Homestead Records, respectively, before signing with SST to release EVOL (1986) and Sister (1987).
She later rose to prominence as the bassist, guitarist, and vocalist of the New York City-based alternative rock band Sonic Youth.
Gordon also formed the musical project Free Kitten with Julia Cafritz (of Pussy Galore) in the 1990s, and continued to write and release material with Sonic Youth throughout the 1990s and on into the late 2000s.
Gordon co-owned, with Daisy Von Furth, a short-lived clothing company in Los Angeles, U. The company also opened retail outlets and the first X-Girl store was opened in Los Angeles in 1994.
In September 2008, Gordon launched a limited edition fashion line called "Mirror/Dash" (also the name of a musical side project that was created with Moore), inspired by Françoise Hardy and based on the idea that "there's a need for clothes for cool moms." In October 2014, it was announced that Gordon's memoir, Girl in a Band, would be published on February 24, 2015, by Harper Collins imprint Dey Street Books.
Gordon's exhibition Kim's Bedroom was shown at MU in the Netherlands, and included drawing and paintings alongside live music and special guests.