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‘Rebirth’ day

Infamous pic gets a remix

DJ Spooky, a conceptual artist, cultural critic and turntablist whose real name is Paul D. Miller, gave D.W. Griffith’s racist 1915 epic “Birth of a Nation” a brash multimedia remix at a Friday benefit performance at Redcat. It was the L.A. debut for the 75-minute production dubbed “Rebirth of a Nation.”

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