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NAM JUNE PAIK: VIDEO TIME - VIDEO SPACE

NAM JUNE PAIK (1932-2006)

A survey of the Korean-American artist's vital, visionary and varied career. From his earliest work as a composer/performance artist in the '60s neo-Dada Fluxus movement in Europe and the Happening scene in New York, to his present-day multiscreen television installations, whimsical robots, singular television sculptures and global satellite productions, Paik has always been at the forefront in employing technology to serve creative expression. His invention of an electronic synthesizer to produce dazzling visual effects earned him the name "father of video art" and revolutionized that field. Essays by over 20 distinguished arts experts interpret and review various aspects of Paik's work. The book's contents range from comments about recent exhibitions, Paik's own philosophical "Thoughts at Age Fifty-nine" and an evaluation of the artist's musical performance art by Paik's mentor, the late composer John Cage.

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Emne Video/Medie kunst
Kunstner PAIK, Nam June
Forfatter Edited by Toni Stooss & Thomas Kellein
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 130 ill, heraf 62 i farver
Format / Sideantal 28 x 22 cm / 148 sider
Udgivelsesår 1993
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Abrams
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 0810937298
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NAM JUNE PAIK (1932-2006)

A survey of the Korean-American artist's vital, visionary and varied career. From his earliest work as a composer/performance artist in the '60s neo-Dada Fluxus movement in Europe and the Happening scene in New York, to his present-day multiscreen television installations, whimsical robots, singular television sculptures and global satellite productions, Paik has always been at the forefront in employing technology to serve creative expression. His invention of an electronic synthesizer to produce dazzling visual effects earned him the name "father of video art" and revolutionized that field. Essays by over 20 distinguished arts experts interpret and review various aspects of Paik's work. The book's contents range from comments about recent exhibitions, Paik's own philosophical "Thoughts at Age Fifty-nine" and an evaluation of the artist's musical performance art by Paik's mentor, the late composer John Cage.