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|Named Person:||David Hartt|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Hartt; Columbia College (Chicago, Ill.). Museum of Contemporary Photography.
|Notes:||Catalog of an exhibition held at the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
"David Hartt's Stray Light is a film installation and a group of photographs. It consists of a video/sound track loop, projected to cover one wall of an open room. The floor of the room is carpeted in an archival pattern specific to the location where the film was made. A third element fabricated from water-jet cut aluminum and acrylic stands sentinel-like across from the entrance to the room ... The subject of Stray Light is a building, specifically the Johnson Publishing Company Headquarters in Chicago, designed by John Moutoussamy, an African-American partner in the architectural firm Dubin, Dubin, Black."--Page 61.
|Description:||84,  pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm|