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Syndicate: CALL for ENTRIES: NOT STILL ART FESTIVAL 2000 - NYC


Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 10:26:13 +0000
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CALL for ENTRIES:    NOT STILL ART FESTIVAL 2000 - NYC
Please Print & Post: Deadline March 15
http://www.improvart.com/nsa/call2000.htm

1.) International Screening of Abstract & Non-Narrative Electronic Motion
Imaging, Music/Sound Design
2.) Paik/Abe Analog Video Synthesizer Screening

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE:
http://www.improvart.com/nsa/nsa2000.htm

Not Still Art is a project of the New York Foundation for the Arts.

NOT STILL ART
P. O. Box 496
Cherry Valley, NY 13320-0496
FAX: 607-264-3476
http://www.improvart.com/nsa/
mailto:NotStillArt@improvart.com


PRESS RELEASE:

The Not Still Art Festival 2000 will present two screenings and "MAY DAY,
MAY DAY", a tour de force media  performance event, during its day long
media marathon on Saturday April 29th., at the Micro Museum in Brooklyn.
"MAY  DAY, MAY DAY",  performed at 7 p.m., two days before the first of
May, presents media, music and dance  based on the pagan and political
significance of this day.  Four  ensembles of performers include, media
artists: Nick Fortunato,  Carol Goss, William Laziza, Walter Wright;
dancers: Vanessa  Bley, Kathleen Laziza; musicians: Curtis Bahn, Dan
Trueman, Maria Moran.

"Not Still Art",  termed "irreverent, annoying, and downright
pre-cognitive" by artistic director, Carol Goss, kicks off with the
"Paik-Abe Screening" at 2 p.m. and the "Not Still Art  International
Screening 2000" at 3 p.m.  The "Paik-Abe  Screening" celebrates the early
analog video synthesizer  designed by Nam June Paik and Shuya Abe,
considered one of  the pre-eminent colorizers by pioneer video artists.
Jud Yalkut's  early film and video documentation of Nam June's use of the
synthesizer at WNET will be screened as well as pieces created in the
1970s by other artists.  A paper on the history of the Paik- Abe by George
Fifield, media curator of the DeCordova  Museum and Director of the
Cyberarts Festival in Boston, will  be presented.  The fifth annual "Not
Still Art International Screening" will  include work from a Moscow
collective in addition to computer animation and video work from an
international Call for Entries.

Last year's Not Still Art Festival in Boston was deemed a  "big hit" by
the Independent Film and Video Magazine.  The  day-long festival, which is
held in a different city each year,  provides a  forum for artists working
in abstract and non-narrative electronic  motion imaging, music and sound
design.  This years festival is hosted by the Micro  Museum, 123 Smith
St., Brooklyn, (the Bergen St. Station on  the F Train) from 2 p.m. till
10:30 p.m. on Saturday April 29th. A  day-pass is $15.   Seating is
limited, please call for a reservation  (718) 797-3116. The audience is
recommended to adjourn to nearby Moroccan restaurants for dinner, prior
to the "MAY DAY, MAY DAY" live performance at 7 p.m.  For more information
about Not Still Art, go to:  http://www.improvart.com/nsa/ or e-mail
mailto:NotStillArt@improvart.com.


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