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Bob Doyle, Walter Wright, Carol Goss, Peer Bode, photo credit - Angelica Goss-Bley.

From left to right, video artists, Bob Doyle, Walter Wright, Carol Goss and Peer Bode, present
their video art and that of other artists including Doris Chase, Andrew Deustche, Pamela Hawkins, and others.  The work is not scheduled.  The artists take turns, vying for the VCR slot, deciding what to screen next in a "call and response" format.  All the while discussing the work and taking questions from the audience.

The work screened represents abstract and non-narrative video art from the early 1970s to the present, including experimental work on early analog synthesizers through computer animation.
It is resolved after the 5 1/2 screening that live video performance should be added next year.

"There's nothing more subversive than showing abstract video art on broadcast television." commented Carol Goss, while previewing excerpts from the screening
at the day long media and community activism conference which preceeded Not Still Art.
"Right on!", retorted Greg Bowman, director of the national cable TV series OffLine.

The first Not Still Art screening was produced by Carol Goss and funded by a Presentation Funds Grant from the Experimental Television Center, which is funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts.

7PM to 12:30AM on April 26th., 1996.  Tryon Inn, Cherry Valley, New York
The 20th. anniversary of the New Work in Abstract Imagery show at the Everson Museum of Art.

Go to  the Not Still Art Festival