- Nam June Paik
(from Douglas C. McGill, ART PEOPLE, New York Times, October 3, 1986)
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Over 30 images by [South Korean–born] American artist Nam June Paik (1932–2006), internationally recognized as the founder of video art, are now available on MDID.
Paik created an huge body of work, including video installations, sculptures, music, performance, television productions, etc. - all of which explored the intersection of art, pop culture and technology. A visionary, seminal figure in media-based art, his work not only had a major influence on late 20th-century art, but continues to inspire artists today.
Nam June Paik
by Sook-Kyung Lee, Susanne Rennert
Harry N. Abrams, 2011
by Michelle Yun
Yale University Press, 2014
by Skip Blumberg and 63 collaborators
New York: IMP; Chicago, IL: Distributed by Facets Video, c. 2007.
A co-production of WGBH New Television Workshop and the TV Lab at WNET/13
Directed by David Atwood, Fred Barzyk
New York: Electronic Arts Intermix, 1973 (re-edited 1976)