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Anthology Film Archives
July 15-18, 2004

Joshua White – renowned light-show artist and creator of the “Joshua Light Show” at New York City’s legendary Fillmore East – and Gary Panter – groundbreaking painter and comic book artist famed for the design of Pee-Wee’s Playhouse television show – join forces to present a series of live light-altering performances in Anthology’s historic Courthouse Theater.
The rear-projected light show uses many direct, refracted, filtered, reflected, and interrupted light sources to interpret multi-layered prerecorded music and live improvisation. Some of the sources and light-bending apparatus were used in the original “Joshua Light Show.”
The effect is hypnotic, compelling and relaxing: an immersive color and shape experience that can inspire vivid daydreams, personal reflection, and a re-awakening of visual awareness. It is also immensely entertaining.
Each show is a unique live performance, generated by the long-time love of both artists for light abstraction and phenomena.

- linda 7-30-2004 9:15 pm [link] [6 comments]

I'm not usually one to recommend something I haven't experienced first hand... but I am signing up... (and I like what I know about this artist, and a friend, whose judgment I trust, gave it a big two thumbs up) Mr Wilson I wonder if you have seen this? Up through September 13 (apologies if this has already been posted).
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