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Festival 2001

INTERNATIONAL SCREENING PROGRAM


Organized in 1996, The NOT STILL ART Festival provides artists working in non-narrative and abstract electronic motion imaging, in conjunction with music/sound design, a forum dedicated to their work.


Somewhere  5:00
Stephanie Maxwell - animation; Allan Schindler - music composer
...a rhythmic play of illusory spatial perceptions, texture and sound

Yo-Yo Time II  4:08
Seung Jun Lee - image and sound
...time is a torus, a helix or perhaps a yo-yo?

Writing on the Surface  15:00
Brett Battey - image and sound
...icons and abstraction show 'all of our proud, anxious, and violent drama' to be 'mere writing on the surface'

Piano Etude  8:00
Ron Mazurek - prepared piano; Gregg Biermann - audio/video
...musical and visual events are triggered live via a MIDI keyboard

Matrix Variant III   4:15
Stephan Larson - computer animation and music
...a spatial manipulation driven by aural impulses

Instructional Television ep:01. Modern Man in Search of a Soul  10:00
Nienzus Plastrom - images, animation, sound
...a look into the data, lust, and hunger of our modern soul

Think   3:56
Edward Ramsay-Morin - computer animation and music
...self-perception taken to the 2nd dimension

ATCG   7:00
Claudia Herbst - images and visual concepts; Gerry Hemingway - music edit/preparation; Thomas Lehn and Gerry Hemingway - music performance
...the genetic imperialism of the military-industiral complex rendered fragile and transparent

Parallel   5:20
Christina Vantzos - image; Chris Mackie - music
...a dreamlike intersection between the viewer and the horizon

Toughy   5:45
Bart Woodstrup - audio and video
...about facades, but really, it's whatever your baggage claims

La Conquista   10:35
Ariadna Capasso - visuals; Damian Keller - sound
..."A system is nothing more than the subordination of all aspects of the universe to any one of them", Jorge Luis Borges

Spanish Wall, Private Room, The Hall   3:15
Brit Bunkley - computer animation;  The Ex, Tom Cora, Rachels - music
...signs of revolution and obedience

The Fourth Wall   8:30
Adriene Hughes - performance, video, sound composition, edit
...Swan Lake deconstructed

Noh Way Out   2:40
Kasumi Minkin - video and music
...Japan transitioned from feudalism to the 20th. c. in just a few decades....it must have felt like this

Residue   8:30
Dennis Miller -  computer animation and music composer
...music and 16,200 Targa files choreographed simultaneously to create this abstract elegy

Dawn   3:40
Ying Tan - animation; Jeffrey Stolet - music; Milagro Vargas - voice; Gustavo Adolfo Becquer - singing text
...'the magnificent external landscape at the time of dawn, in contrast with the dark night of the human soul', Ying Tan

EPILOGUE

Virtual Tombstone Project   8:35
William A. Brown - video, script; Mike Malloy - voice
...video art for eternity? okay, so it's narrative and uses the 'd' word, but we couldn't resist!



The Not Still Art Festival 2001 International Screening is curated by Carol Goss


LOCATION: The Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02446, (617) 734-2500 DIRECTIONS and ACCOMODATIONS

ADMISSION: $8. per screening, $10. Saturday night at 8:00pm
FESTIVAL PASS available online!

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The NOT STILL ART FESTIVAL 2001 is produced in conjunction with the Boston Cyberarts Festival 2001 and Video Space.  We would especially like to thank:

 all of the artists
 The Coolidge Corner Theatre
 Media Alliance at WNET/Thirteen
 The Foundation for Independent Video and Film
 Bay Area Video Coalition
 Chyron Corporation
 Acorn Productions
 La Paloma Films
 911 Gallery
 RBS
 Improvising Artists
 Improvart.com
 Telenet.net
 Logical.net
 
 and...
 George Fifield
 Andrew Warren
 Clinton McClung
 Walter Wright
 Mary Ann Kearns
 Sasha Costanza-Chock
 Helena Schniewind
 Dennis Miller
 Jim Belleau
 Joe Stillman



"These passionate [abstract] compositions are not limited to the purely visual celebration of what pleases the eyes. They reach beyond the world of the senses to symbolize the forces that activate life and the physical world with all their overwhelming complexity." from Rudolf Arnheim's essay "What Became of Abstraction?", p. 22, To The Rescue of Art U. of CA Press, 1992. HR

The Not Still Art Festival is produced by artists for artists.  It is a project of the New York Foundation for the Arts.  It is funded with a Presentation Funds Grant from the Experimental Television Center , with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts.  The NSA Fest 2000 is sponsored by ImprovArt.com and Promote Art Works, Inc.  The Not Still Art Festival receives promotional support from Media Alliance at WNET/Thirteen, FIVF/AIVF and the Bay Area Video Coalition.
Thanks to Telenet.net for graciously providing internet access and this website in support of the arts.


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