The 12th Annual Not Still Art Festival
If you wish to exhibit NSA Festival programs at your institution, please contact us to make arrangements.
The Not Still Art Festival is a festival by artists for artists. It is produced with help from a Presentation Funds Grant from the Experimental Television Center, which redistributes funds from the New York State Council on the Arts.
Not Still Art is a sponsored project of
Promote Art Works, Inc.
Additionally we would like to thank the Micro Museum for hosting the Festival , as well as telenet.net for providing us with this website and ImprovArt.com for media facilities.
video and music
video and sound
Peter Byrne /
Carole Woodlock images
Michaela Eremiasova music composer
Psychosis Series Tape #1" 2:17
Tim Hecker "Balkenize You" music sample, courtesy Alien8 Recordings
"A quick glance into the brain waves of a young woman."
Vishal Shah director
Adam Stansbie music
"...light and dark, organic and synthetic, certainty
existence and emptiness....most important of these - movement and
"...an architectural/sculptuered utopia in which
collaborate with the natural landscape by reflecting their forms and by
finding the right balance of natural and man-made, allowing space to
exist (scattered... ...wide) between them."
Mathieu Tremblay visual
Charles Cotvin / Greg Bonnier / Mathieu Tremblay music
Mike Marando music
Dr. T reveals the continuously evolving forms of
Carol Goss video and sound
"Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to
A person fixated with her own image and how others
"What I create is based on the level at which I am
a series of elements and how they go together... in this piece there is
some sort of visual/aural movement from the street to dreaming.
As it turns out, there is a political intent in its construction as
"...based on the painting, 'Nude
Descending a Staircase No. 2' by Marcel Duchamp...NDaS was created with
thousands of still photos that were vectorized before processing through stitching algorithms...then tweaked with an EAB system."
Adoma video and sound
"Intermittent Delight" explores the sexist mores of textile production in parallel with a mid-1960s commercial aimed
to instruct women on the how-to-decorate your 1960s refrigerator.
A further exploration in a series of computer
Carole Kim live
Lewis Keller electronics
Toshi Nakamura no-input mixing board
"This is a video excerpt from a
performance where I
set up an IV drip into a dark pan with a monitor of a live video mix
suspended above. As water filled a reflection surface formed
allowing for an image to emerge, The drip as a lifeline,
heartbeat, disturbance conjures the fragility and instability of the
membrane by which the image is formed."
"Scroggins Beach" 6:10
video and music
"A 3-D journey through a virtual body of water.
(Appropriate eyewear will be provided.)
John Hawk video and sound
"Slow motion imagery of television monitors turning
A student of Nam June Paik, Michael went on to design
build the Videographic Lab at CalArts. This piece is a pure
analog music video for jazz great, Jon Hassell, created using only
video feedback in combination with a video switcher.
Various Artists video
Kasandra Woodring music
A montage of some outstanding student and faculty
abstraction produced in the CalArts Videographics Lab from 2007 to 2009.