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Transmitted Live: Nam June Paik Resounds
Period/ 2013.08.09(Fri) ~ 2013.10.19(Sat)
Venue/ Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh
○ Title : Transmitted Live: Nam June Paik Resounds
○ Date : 9 August, 2013 – 19 October, 2013, Mon
○ Exhibition Open : August/ Daily, 10am-5pm|September & October / Tues – Sat, 10am-5pm
○ Admission Free
○ Venue : Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh
○ Preview : Thursday 8 August, 6pm
○ Exhibition co-curated by Nam June Paik Art Center, Talbot Rice Gallery
○ Supported by
한국국제고류재단 로고, 경기도 로고, 경기문화재단 로고, 에딘버러대학교 로고, 헨리무어재단 로고, ALBA CHRUTHACHAIL 로고
http://njpac-en.ggcf.kr
http://www.eif.co.uk/paik
Opening

○ Date : Thursday, August 8th, 6pm-8pm
○ Opening Performance : Takehisa Kosugi
○ Venue : Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh

Performance
공연일정에 관한 표입니다.
2pm Saturday August 9th Okkyung Lee The Swan: Replay in Polyester,Takehisa Kosug Op Music
Takehisa Kosugi Op Music
2pm Saturday August 10th Byungjun Kwon This is Me
Haroon Mirza Calling
About the Exhibition

No other artist has had greater influence on the use of technology in art than Nam June Paik; he prophesied changes that would shape the ideas, ‘Participation TV’, ‘Random Access Information’ and ‘Video Commune’. Transmitted Live: Nam June Paik Resounds celebrates the 50th anniversary of Paik’s first solo exhibition, Exposition of Music – Electronic Television (Wuppertal 1963), when the artist brought television in the realm of art for the first time, presenting it as a tactile and multisensory medium. As part of the counter-cultural movements of the 1960s, Paik believed that artists should humanise technology, get their ‘fingers in and tear away the wall’ of the establishment. Paik, a trained musician, treated technology as a material part of his repertoire, which later expanded to include video, satellite transmissions, robots and lasers.

Invited by the Edinburgh International Festival 2013 with a grand theme of ‘art and technology’, Nam June Paik Art Center will fill Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh, where such notable historical figures as Charles Darwin and James Clerk Maxwell attended, with electromagnetic waves to reverberate with the diverse forms of Paik’s practice. Drawn primarily from the Nam June Paik Art Center’s collections including videos, sculptures, photographs and archival materials, the exhibition is intended to shed new light on the artist Paik who was a rigorous but always humorous thinker and experimenter at the same time. As first Paik exhibition in Scotland, birthplace of electromagnetic theory and television technology, Transmitted Live will demonstrate how revolutionary the artist remains for contemporary audiences in encouraging creative engagement with technology.

In the opening week, a special programme of performances will take place as an integral part of the exhibition to broaden its amplitude. Four international contemporary artists selected for the performances, namely, Takehisa Kosugi(Japan), Byungjun Kwon(Korea), Okkyung Lee(Korea), Haroon Mirza(UK) are those who have participated in the Nam June Paik Art Center’s projects before, reinvigorating Paik’s artistic spirit in terms of truly transcending the boundaries of music, visual art and performance art. Transmitted Live which will continue after the Festival until October is all the more meaningful with another Festival exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: The Mechanics of Man, which is a Royal Collection Trust exhibition held in the Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse. The works of Paik and Da Vinci embodying the innovative artistic exploration of technology will resound together throughout the city of Edinburgh and beyond.

Further information is available at

http://www.eif.co.uk/paik

Artists and Works
1. Transmitted Live: Nam June Paik Resounds Poster

2. Still images of Nam June Paik’s various videos – Courtesy of Nam June Paik Art Center Video Archives ⓒ Nam June Paik Estate

3. Talbot Rice Gallery Georgian Gallery Installation View

4. Nam June Paik Video chandelier No1. 1998

5. Nam June Paik 1989 photo Chris Park (c) Talbot Rice Gallery

6. Talbot Rice Gallery White Gallery Installation View

7. Talbot Rice Gallery White Gallery Installation View

8. Nam June Paik 2001 Schubert photo Chris Park (c) Talbot Rice Gallery

9. Nam June Paik Beethoven 2001, Courtesy of the Zabludowicz Collection, London , photo Chris Park (c) Talbot Rice Gallery

10. Nam June Paik TV Cello, 1999 Courtesy of the Art Center Nabi, Seoul, photo Chris Park (c) Talbot Rice Galler

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