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Date/ 2000
Artist(Credit Line)/ Nam June Paik
Classification/ Drawing
Dimensions / 35.5×43.2cm

What is written at the bottom of the drawing is the name of the well-known waterfall in Mt. Geumgang, with a typo of the last character, originally 布, to unfold. The title says this drawing is about Mt. Geumgang and its waterfall, but its atmosphere is quite different from that Nam June Paik’s painting that represent the same waterfall. Whereas the painting look like a landscape, this drawing is more like a design pattern by filling the elongated triangular forms in green with meandering lines in different colors. Birds that resemble a boomerang are flying over, and the vee was frequently used by Paik to symbolize the TV antenna. This might lead to the speculation that Paik perhaps recomposed Mt. Geumgang that he was unable to go, as a broadcast image.
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Korea Open Government License
Korea Open Government License
Attribution (BY), Non-commercial (NC), No Derivative Works (ND)