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Uprising in Sound
August 2, 2010   
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Polish director, vocalist, composer and producer Łukasz Rostkowski (L.U.C) is working on a special sound project for the Warsaw Uprising Museum to paint the uprising in a whole new light. The “Warsaw WAR | SAW.” project is the result of Rostkowski’s fascination with history. The Warsaw Uprising Museum has supplied him with research materials, including thousands of hours of recordings from the Museum’s Oral History Archives. The artist (pictured below), who often reveals both a positive and grotesque approach to reality in his work, sets great store by authenticity. With “Warsaw WAR | SAW.” he reveals an almost unknown side of the history of the uprising and the fate of those who took part in it—a strange side in which humor is entwined with unimaginable suffering.

You will be able to judge for yourself whether Rostkowski’s reputation as a pioneer in combining words and pictures with the sounds of new jazz, trip-hop and electronica is justified when he performs at the Warsaw Uprising Museum’s Hall B on Aug. 8 at 8 p.m.

Tickets to the concert are available from the museum’s main ticket office from 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on July 28-31 and Aug. 4-5.
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