Santa Fe, NM - June 4, 2009. Summer@The Complex™ continues at sunset on July 3 with
Projected Light™, a drive-in theater for the 21st century, when eight artists project their creations
in sound and video on the interior and exterior walls of the Complex. The event's new kind of
fireworks continue through the weekend on the 4th and 5 and end on the weekend of July 10-12.
This show, conceived and curated by Woody Vasulka and Orlando Leibovitz, features new multichannel
video work by acclaimed Santa Fe artist Steina and other internationally-recognized video
artists. Projections begin at sunset each night when the facade of the Complex building will be
illuminated by computer modeled moving images.

Including Artists:
Ethan Bach, Hisao Ihara, Steina Vasulka, Michael Bielicky and Kamila B. Richter, James Coker, Dr. Woohoo, Susanna Carlisle, and Marianna Amster.

The Complex is a collaborative of highly skilled and dedicated volunteers with backgrounds in art,
science, education, public policy and technology. Projects that cross aesthetic, artistic, technical,
scientific and socio-economic boundaries emerge from this unusual mix. The Complex promotes
both community building and economic development in the Santa Fe region for the City of Santa
Fe. It is a hothouse for innovation, addressing many challenges communities face at this time, while
encouraging unique and entirely original works that combine computer modeling, interactive
elements, electro-acoustic and computer music, video projections, and holography
Because the Complex has an educational component to its mission, many of these works educate
and inform the public about new frontiers in art, science, technology and our evolving world. The
audience is encouraged to participate during all the public events, enhancing residents' and visitors'
involvement in Santa Fe's cultural originality.

Video documentation directed by Ethan Bach and Jason Goodyear with the help of students from SFCC.

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