Nancy Cain, a member of the Videofreex collective that used the first movable videotape recorders to catch the sociable and ethnic upheaval of the late 1960s and early 1970s has perished. Cain perished at her home in Desert Hot Springs, California, agreeing to her sister. After three years in a Soho loft studio in New York City, they motioned to a 27 room house in upstate Lanesville, whither they ran a media center and small power TV station.
It was release and just. It could circulate the word and document what was occurring. Cain horded hundreds of dwell Lanesville TV exhibits from 1971 to 1978, and her 15-minute film, Harriet, a 1974 docu-drama about private liberation, did as an example of 70s libber filmmaking.
She supervised his archive and sales of books and posters after he perished. Condolence messages can be transmitted by email.