ART: Light Shows.

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From: "joel s. kollin" <[email protected]>
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I don't think light shows died in 1969. As far I can tell (being knee-high
to a grasshopper at the time) laser shows started to become popular in the
early seventies. Presumably both the audiences and the artists/entrapanuers
became bored with the old "oil-film" shows and jumped to the new medium.
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