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Nam June Paik Art Center Interviews: Peter Brotzmann, Takehisa Kosugi
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October 30, 2014
Sang Ae Park
Nam June Paik Art Center
Nam June Paik Art Center Interviews
Exploring Nam June Paik’s art and life from a more multilateral perspective, it is necessary to draw on not only written materials but on oral sources from those who engaged with Paik directly or indirectly. The interview series was hence initiated in 2008, and comprises interviews of figures related to Paik in different ways, such as artists, theorists, curators, friends, technicians and collectors. Aiming at offering oral history interviews in a written format, Nam June Paik Art Center plans to annually publish a monograph series, titled as Nam June Paik Art Center Interviews. The first issue of the series dealing with interviews with Dr. Wulf Herzogenrath, a former Director of Kunsthalle Bremen has been published in the autumn of 2012. The second issue, interviewing with three media art conservation specialists, Hanna Holling, Dr. Bernhard Serexhe, and Dr. Glenn Wharton, covered the topic of media art conservation focusing on Nam June Paik’s artwork, and published in 2013.

The third issue includes interviews with Peter Brotzmann and Takehisa Kosugi. Both artists share memories about Nam June Paik in the 1960’s, working together for Paik’s exhibition as well as concerts. Brotzmann shared his memories working as an assistant for Paik’s first solo exhibition, Exposition of Music-Electronic Television, in Wuppertal in 1963. Kosugi reminisced New York art scene in the early 1960’s when he and Paik performed various Fluxus and contemporary art concerts. These two interviews record the first video art exhibition and experimental performances in the early 1960’s.
  • Prologue Sang Ae Park
  • Interview I Peter Brotzmann
  • Interview II Takehisa Kosugi
(ISBN 978-89-97128-13-6, 100pages, 10,000KW)
Korea Open Government License
Korea Open Government License
Attribution (BY), Non-commercial (NC), No Derivative Works (ND)
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