Pacific Northwest College of Art Mediatheque | 511 NW Broadway Apr. 30 | 7:30pm
$8 Suggested Donation | FREE for PNCA Students w/ ID

 

Frameless Continuum focuses on image-processing in video art of the 1970s and 80s in which video signals are altered through a variety of processes such as colorizing, keying, switching, and fading (now mimicked and automated in today's digital apps). Included in this one-night overview of early video art, distributed through Chicago’s Video Data Bank, is a short tutorial from Dan Sandin in Five-Minute Romp through the IP and Woody and Steina Vasulka’s Cantaloup, which follows their effort to build their own computer imager.

Following the videos will be an open discussion lead by Kris Cohen (Reed College), Carl Diehl (PNCA), Sue Slagle (independent artist), and Stephen Slappe (PNCA).