Not Still Art Festival 2000

 Saturday April 29th., 2000  -  2 pm

 PAIK-ABE SCREENING

The "Paik-Abe Screening" celebrates the early analog video synthesizer designed by Nam June Paik
and Shuya Abe, considered one of the pre-eminent colorizers by pioneer video artists.  Jud Yalkut's
early film documentation of Nam June's use of the synthesizer at WGBH Boston will be screened
as well as pieces created in the 1970s and 80s by other artists.  A paper on the history of the Paik-Abe by
George Fifield, media curator of the DeCordova Museum and Director of the Cyberarts Festival
in Boston, will be presented.

Video Commune - The Beatles from Beginning to End
film documentary of the 1970 WGBH-TV broadcast of
Nam June Paik's debut of the Paik-Abe Synthesizer
Jud Yalkut   8:36

Video Wallpaper, 1972
Bill Etra   3:00

Topography, 1974
Carol Goss   3:18

El Corandero, 1979
Shalom Gorewitz   5:00

Between the Motion and the Act Falls the Shadow, 1981
Reynold Weidenaar   5:31

Songs for Synthesized Piano: Chorale, 1983
Mary Ross   1:53

The above programs were recorded at the Experimental Television Center
in Binghamton, New York, with the exception of Video Commune,
recorded at WGBH Boston and Bill Etra's Video Wallpaper, recorded at
the TV Lab, WNET-TV NYC.

For a brief overview of the Paik-Abe Synthesizer:
http://www.audiovisualizers.com/toolshak/vidsynth/paik_abe/paik_abe.htm

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The NOT STILL ART FESTIVAL was created in 1996 to celebrate abstract and non-narrative electronic motion imaging and its relationship to music and sound.  The visual uniqueness of the electronic medium is a determining aesthetic element in work screened at the Festival.

"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 sponnsored 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.   Festival Director: Carol Goss


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