• Event Result Announcement of ‘Game Jam: Art, Politics, and Digital Games’ Close
    • Period/ 2017.01.20(Fri) ~ 2017.01.22(Sun)

    The Nam June Paik Art Center and the Goethe-Institut Seoul has presented Game Jam: Art, Politics and Digital Games from January 20 to 22. Game developers and artists were invited to participate in a 48-hour game jam and designed various games, which are in the field of art, politics and digital games.

  • Education 2017 Winter Vacation Special Program Close
    • Venue/ Education Room, Gallery 1 & 2
    • Participants/ Elementary students (aged 10-13 years old)
    • Period/ 2017.01.11(Wed) ~ 2017.01.26(Thu)

  • Event Concert at an Art Museum Close
    • Venue/ Lobby, Gallery 1 & 2
    • Period/ 2017.01.07(Sat) ~ 2017.01.29(Sun)

    Traditional Korean music concert for when Alice and Batman’s butler meet in a wonder museum

  • Event Nam June Paik Art Center Special Exhibition Related Project Close
    • Venue/ Nam June Paik Art Center
    • Period/ 2017.01.10(Tue) ~ 2017.02.19(Sun)

    Participants: Kang Shin-kyu, Kim Sung Won, Alex Jaehyun Kim, Moon Hae-joo, Park Wonho, Park Ji Hye, Stuckyi Studio(Kim Taekyung, Jung Yumi), ShinnamJeongi(Nam Sang Chul, Shin Kyu Bin), Shin Hyeonu, Oh Young Jin, Lee Kyung Hyuk, Lee So Hyeon, Lee Hyun Joo

  • Event Game Jam: Art, Politics and Digital Games Close
    • Venue/ Nam June Paik Art Center
    • Period/ 2017.01.20(Fri) ~ 2017.01.22(Sun)

    Nam June Paik’s video work Global Groove (1973) opened new horizons in the art world: reflecting on television, he used the new medium of video and created a work using pop music and people dancing – a kind of early music video. This was in the year 1973; the digital age was still very young, there were no computers or video games yet. But there was already art’s fascination with the digital world, and vice versa. Nowadays the digital world has become part of our everyday life and a political force in itself.

  • Event 2016 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize Winner Announcement

    The Nam June Paik Art Center is pleased to announce that ‘Blast Theory’ (United Kingdom, formed in 1991) was selected as the winner of the ‘2016 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize.’

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