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NJP Reader #6 – Reanimating Nam June Paik
관리자 - May 2, 2018
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Date
2016-12-30
Author
Jihoon Kim, Andrew V. Uroskie, Im Sue Lee, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Zabet Patterson, Carolyn L. Kane, Maeve Connolly, Yung Bin Kwak, Sang Ae Park
Publisher
Nam June Paik Art Center
Reanimating Nam June Paik
NJP Reader #6 – Reanimating Nam June Paik comprises lectures of annual international symposium series, Gift of Nam June Paik 8. The Symposium ‘Gift of Nam June Paik 8’ Reanimating NJP: Nam June Paik’s Interfaces illuminates a range of possible ‘interfaces’ implied in Paik’s works and writings, while also seeking possible connections between the ‘interfaces’ and the historical and contemporary trajectories of the media art and culture. Presenters shed new light on Paik’s works and their underlying thoughts either in terms of rewriting the varying yet interrelated histories of the expansion of the moving image in the 1960s and 70s, or in terms of articulating his influences on the aesthetics and politics of contemporary digital art and culture, which include the shifting ideas of information, archiving, transmission, and media. These two lines of investigation ultimately aim to reanimate Paik, giving his works and ideas new images and movements of thought (Gilles Deleuze). This issue also contains a detailed analysis of Paik’s satellite projects, Bye Bye Kipling (1986) and Wrap Around the World (1988).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Jihoon Kim (Assistant Professor, Chung-ang University) Reanimating NJP: Nam June Paik’s Interfaces: Introduction
Andrew V. Uroskie (Associate Professor, Stony Brook University, New York) Uncanny Machines and Philosophical Toys: The Animation of Paik’s Early Sculpture
Im Sue Lee (Visiting Professor, Korea National University of Arts) Global Groove: Nam June Paik’s Electronic Fluxus Object
Chris Meigh-Andrews (Emeritus Professor, University of Central Lancashire) Nam June Paik’s “Sloppy Machine”: The Development, Functions and Legacy of the Paik–Abe Video Synthesizer
Zabet Patterson (Associate Professor, Stony Brook University, New York) Precious Error: Nam June Paik at Bell Labs
Carolyn L. Kane (Assistant Professor, Ryerson University) Electric Now Indigo Blue: Synthetic Color and Video Synthesis, circa 1969
Maeve Connolly (Lecturer, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology) Electronic Superhighway: Nam June Paik and the Infrastructure of Circulation
Yung Bin Kwak (Researcher, Sunkyunkwan University) Mediating States of Media: Nam June Paik’s Art of (Im)Mediation
• Symposium ‘Gift of Nam June Paik 8’ Roundtable
Sang Ae Park(Archivist, Nam June Paik Art Center) Video Tape Analysis: Bye Bye Kipling and Wrap Around the World

(ISSN 2092-9315, 263pages)
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