From: Mark Webber (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Oct 22 2008 - 00:47:18 PDT
as bill pointed out, christopher is paul sharits' son.
and bill, mike zryd, andrew lampert or federico windhausen could
clarify this comment ... several of the "locations" (installation
works) exist in different versions for standard theatrical screenings,
EPILEPTIC SEIZURE COMPARISON included. i don't know whether the single
screen version is the two screens joined end to end or if (as i
suspect) it is a restructuring of the material.
On 21 Oct 2008, at 18:50, FRAMEWORKS automatic digest system wrote:
> Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2008 10:31:24 -0600
> From: gyoungblood <email suppressed>
> Subject: Re: Raygun Virus query
> His brother might be able to help. In the last three years the Sharits
> family worked with Steina and Woody Vasulka to produce a major
> exhibition at
> ZKM about the Buffalo scene in general and Sharits in particular. I
> Michael Zyrd reviewed it on FRAMEWORKS.
> The running times given by the various distributors don't
> necessarily mean
> anything. Paul conceived many of his films as raw materials for
> kinds of projection configurations, loops, and frame rates. For
> "Epileptic Seizure Comparison" is listed as 34 minutes, but it only
> runs 16
> minutes because it's divided in two channels projected vertically:
> 16 x 16 =
> http://www.paulsharits.com/galleries.htm. Go to "About Us" and click
> Christopher Sharits.
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