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Image & Music Improvisation Group

Video & Computer Imaging, Electronic Music, Dance and Performance Art.


Eugene Martynec, Walter Wright, Carol Goss, Angellica Goss-Bley, Vanessa Goss-Bley, photo credit - Frank Rollins.

The above picture is from a performance on May 10, 1997. From left to right are: Eugene Martynec on the midi axe; Walter Wright on the PC; Carol Goss on multiple Amigas; Angelica Goss-Bley on camera; Vanessa Goss-Bley dancing (Lizz Burr on second camera, not in photo).

Photo by Frank Rollins.

Artists

CAROL GOSS

VANESSA GOSS-BLEY

EUGENE MARTYNEC

WALTER WRIGHT

From the 1997 Not Still Art Festival program:  "LIVE BLUE LIGHT" Performance May 10th., 8PM at Gallery A, Cooperstown Art Association:

"Live Blue Light" refers a reactionary description of television held by some filmmakers in the 1960s and 70s as "that evil blue light". In fact, it is the "live" aspect of the blue light emanating from the cathode ray tube which has attracted Goss and Wright to electronic media. Electronic motion imaging has made real time animation or "image improvisation" possible for fine artists for the first time. As musicians have understood for millenia, abstraction, when apprehended, reveals insights into the universal, not the topical. It is this relationship with the phosphorescent screen which is celebrated in "Live Blue Light".

"NOT STILL ART FESTIVAL 1997"

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