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To commemorate Amnesty International’s 40th Anniversary in 2002, Downtown Arts Projects curated SHINE, an ambitious online art exhibition featuring original works from 12 artists, all relating to the theme of “light” (as in the candle flame that serves as Amnesty International’s logo).

Commissioned to participate in the exhibition, the performance group Fischerspooner collaborated with Kiss Me I’m Polish and Flat’s Petter Ringbom to create an interactive exploration of the light theme set to one of their recent tracks – the LA song. What started out as an interactive audio piece hosted on the SHINE website, was later projected as a video back-drop during live Fischerspooner performances. The piece was also included as an enhanced bonus track on Amnesty International’s Music for Human Rights compilation CD as well as a special release of the Fischerspooner DVD.

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