Nam June Paik Exhibition Intermedia Theater Close
- Period/ 2015.06.27(Sat) ~ 2016.01.17(Sun)
(Then) Some specific frustrations caused by cybernated life, require accordingly cybernated shock and catharsis.
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Special Exhibition 2015 Random Access Close
- Venue/ NJPAC 2F
- Period/ 2015.01.29(Thu) ~ 2015.06.28(Sun)
Nam June Paik Art Center holds this year’s first special exhibition 《2015 Random Access》 from Jan. 29th to May 31st. It is expected to reaffirm the NJPAC’s mission to establish itself as a platform on which Nam June Paik’s experimental spirit and contemporary art meet and offer an opportunity to discuss the artistic form presented by artists of the new generation and its meanings. As was suggested by Paik’s definition of an artist as ‘one who speculates about the future,’ the ten participating are ceaselessly advancing towards the future, asking questions about the present life and art in their own way, across genres and forms.
Nam June Paik Exhibition TV is TV Close
- Venue/ NJPAC 1F
- Period/ 2015.01.29(Thu) ~ 2015.06.21(Sun)
Nam June Paik brought new possibilities out of TV for the purpose of using TV as a medium for art. To him, TV was more than a mere a device for receiving information; rather, it was an instrument for sensual experiment, a channel for real-time intervention, a material for producing robots and musical instruments, and a broadcasting environment to approach a number of people at the same time. 《TV is TV》 presents Paik’s these diversified usages of TV along with his life’s chronicles so that the audience may have a clear comparison between them.
Special Exhibition Good Morning Mr. Orwell 2014 Highlights Close
- Venue/ 1F, NJPAC
- Period/ 2014.11.17(Mon) ~ 2015.01.21(Wed)
Special Exhibition Good Morning Mr. Orwell 2014 Close
- Venue/ 1F, 2F Nam June Paik Art Center
- Period/ 2014.07.17(Thu) ~ 2014.11.16(Sun)
The satellite’s amplification of the freedom of the strong must be accompanied by the protection of the culture of the weak or by the creation of a diverse software skillfully bringing to life the qualitative differences in various cultures. – Nam June Paik, Art & Satellite (1984) In 1949, George Orwell published a dystopian novel […]
Nam June Paik Exhibition From Horse to Christo
- Venue/ 1st Floor, Nam June Paik Art Center
Artist Douglas Davis, Gregory Battcock, Nam June Paik, Shigeko Kubota, Jud Yalkut, John Godfrey Opening Hours Mon.–Fri./Sun. | 10am–6pm Sat. | 10am–7pm ** Closed on every 2nd & 4th Monday of the month About the Exhibition From Horse to Christo Titled From Horse to Christo this exhibition gathers together works through which Nam June Paik […]