AR Exhibition Guide
Nam June Paik in Augmented Reality
Feb 11, 2021 ―
Exhibition guide with augmented reality for 35 works from the Nam June Paik Art Center’s collection
1F exhibition Nam June Paik TV Wave (kor)
– Nam June Paik, Swiss Clock
– Nam June Paik, TV Buddha
– Nam June Paik, Paik-Abe Video Synthesizer
– Nam June Paik, TV Crown
– Nam June Paik, TV Cello
– Nam June Paik, Experimental Television, Exposition of Music — Electronic Television, Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal
Permanent displays (kor, eng)
– Nam June Paik, TV Garden (lobby)
– Nam June Paik, TV Fish (1F)
– Nam June Paik, Memorabilia (2F)
– Denis Oppenheim, Safety Cone (outdoor)
– Bik Van der Pol, Ideas You Believe are Absurd Ultimately Lead to Success (café)
Nam June Paik Art Center developed the AR exhibition guide with augmented reality technology, for 35 works from the Nam June Paik Art Center’s collection. You can experience the artworks in a new dimension with the AR app: some of them in the exhibition Nam June Paik TV Wave and five permanent displays across the museum both in Korean and in English. Download the Artivive app on your smart phone, and you can enjoy the experience not only in the exhibition, but though the images of works on AR postcards and on the website of Nam June Paik Art Center.
How to use the AR exhibition guide
1. Download the Artivive app (QR code)
2. AR video will start when you open the Artivive app and scan the image (in the exhibition, on the AR postcard, or on the collection page of the Nam June Paik Art Center website) with your mobile camera.
3. Information of the work can be found when you touch the screen.
4. You can save your recorded video or share it on social media.
Organized and Hosted by
Nam June Paik Art Center, Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation
In cooperation with
Gyeonggi Content Agency, Artivive
※ Click the images of works below and experience them with the app.
※ You can also use AR postcards provided by Nam June Paik Art Center.
※ One AR postcard will be given for free to the first 50 visitors to Nam June Paik Art Center from Feb 11 to Mar 11, 2021.