TOPOGRAPHY, contains three seminal pieces
of abstract video synthesis created by Carol Goss from 1974-1976. The
pieces "Topography", "Rings/Lovers" and "Phenix" premiered at the Everson
Museum of Art in 1977 in the
"New Work in Abstract Video Imagery" exhibition.
A still image from "Topography" was featured on the
TOPOGRAPHY is available for exhibition rental through Improvart.com.
"NEW WORK IN ABSTRACT VIDEO IMAGERY"
EVERSON MUSEUM OF ART
December 1 to January 2, 1977
Produced for the Everson Museum of Art by Richard Simmons with assistance
from the New York State Council on the Arts. The exhibition traveled
to: North Carolina Museum of the Arts; Tweed Museum,
University of Minnesota; Flint Institute of Art, Flint, Michigan;
and the Memphis State University Museum.
photo credit: Copyright Carol Goss 1974 (still image from "Topography")
Artists in Exhibition:
Nam June Paik
Stan Van Der Beek
Peter Van Riper
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