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The iotaCenter (founded 1994) is a Los Angeles-based cinema and visual media non-profit organization.


The iotaCenter is concerned primarily with abstract animation and visual music, as well as the work of west coast experimental filmmakers. The iotaCenter publishes DVDs of work by artists such as Jules Engel,[1] Stephanie Maxwell[2] and Robert Darroll, and promotes the work of Adam Beckett and Larry Cuba. The organization is made largely of artists, researchers, film preservationists and fans of the art form. The Board of Directors is currently composed of Jeremy Speed Schwartz, Larry Cuba, Sara Petty, Roberta Friedman, Pam Turner, J-Walt Adamczyk and Audri Phillips.

The Visual Music Village is a Ning-based social networking site organized by The iotaCenter.

The iotaCenter also maintains a viewing and research library in Culver City, California.


  1. ^ AWN "New DVD from The iotaCenter"
  2. ^ Stephanie Maxwell, "Rochester Institute of Technology", "Stephanie Maxwell"

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