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ATTENTION: LIGHT!


Published in 2003
Curated by Joanna Raczynska, Lukasz Ronduda

ATTENTION: LIGHT! (Novmber 4, 2004) Hallwalls Inc, Buffalo NY, 2004. [A 44-page black and white booklet, published in conjunction with the screening ATTENTION: LIGHT, held at the Univesity at Buffalo's Center for the Arts, and which featured works by Paul Sharits (T,O,U,C,H,I,N,G; PIECE MANDALA/END WAR; WORD MOVIE-FLUX FILM 29; TAILS) and Jozef Robakowski (TEST 1; PROBA II/AN ATTEMPT II; 1,2,3,4...; IMPULSATORY/IMPULSATORS; VIDEO PIESNI/VIDEO SONGS; KATY ENERGETYCZNE/THE ENERGY ANGLES) as well as ATTENTION:LIGHT (a work made collaboratively by Sharits and Robakowski, screened as video, color/sound). ATTENTION: LIGHT was curated by CEC Arts Link curator in residence Lukasz Ronduda, and by Joanna Raczynska, Hallwalls Media Arts Director. The catolog (designed by Marianka Dobkowska and Krzysiek Bielecki), features forwards by Edmund Cardoni (Hallwalls Executive Director) and Fritzie Brown (CEC ArtsLink Executive Director), essays by Joanna Raczynska (FOUR SHORT FILMS BY PAUL SHARITS), Lukasz Ronduda (ATTENTION: LIGHT! JOZEF ROBAKOWSKI'S LIGHT BASED FILMS AND VIDEO WORKS), Jozef Robakowski ('ART' FRIEND-A MEMOIR), Wieslaw Michalak (ATTENTION: LIGHT! TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION), and a coda by Malgorzata Potocka. The catolog also features photos, film scores, and film stills.]

Artists associated with this publication:
Paul Sharits, Jozef Robakowski


Some events connected to this publication:
November 4, 2004 - Paul Sharits and Jozef Robakowski ATTENTION: LIGHT!



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