Paik nam june: Глобальный челнок / Global Groove (1973) Нам Джун Пайк / Nam June Paik, Nam June Paik «global groove», Nam June Paik | TateShots, Нам Джун Пайк


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Paik nam june

»This is a glimpse of a video landscape of tomorrow when you will be able to switch on any TV station on the earth and TV guides will be as fat as the Manhattan telephone book.« 1973
Inventor Ken Hakuta remembers his uncle and his unconventional approach to life, art and music lessons. Nam June Paik was a pioneering figure in multimedia art, who worked with radios, televisions, robotics and computers to explore humanity’s ever-changing relationship with technology.

Credited with being the first person to coin the term ‘electronic super-highway’, his influence can be seen today all over the internet and popular culture.

See the display: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-...

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Год выпуска: 1975
Страна: USA
Жанр: видеоарт
Продолжительность: 30 мин
Перевод: Субтитры
Русские субтитры: есть

Режиссер: Нам Джун Пайк / Nam June Paik
«Video Tape Study No. 3». 1967—1969, 04:00
«Beatles Electroniques». 1966—1969, 03:00
«Electronic Moon No. 2». 1969, 04:30
«Electronic Fables». 1965—1971, 1992, 08:45
«Waiting for Commercials». 1972, 06:45
«Electronic Yoga». 1972—1992, 07:30

Группа об искусстве: http://vk.com/artisaway
«Video Tape Study No. 3». 1967—1969, 04:00
«Beatles Electroniques». 1966—1969, 03:00
«Electronic Moon No. 2». 1969, 04:30
«Electronic Fables». 1965—1971, 1992, 08:45
«Waiting for Commercials». 1972, 06:45
«Electronic Yoga». 1972—1992, 07:30

Nam June Paik Buddah piece of art

Replica, for keyboard Composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto
The Asia Society Museum in New York currently presents the first major institutional exhibition of Koren American video artist Nam June Paik in New York in more than a decade. The exhibition, entitled Becoming Robot, explores the artist's visionary use of new technologies, and the impact his work had on the new media art. Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot includes a number of rarely shown works as well as some works never before exhibited in the United States. The show focuses on three areas of Nam June Paik's
Nam June Paik (Нам Джун Пайк) - род. 20 июня 1932, Сеул, Корея, ум. 29 января 2006, Майями, США) — американо-корейский художник, основатель видеоарта.
Нам Джун Пайк был пионером видеоарта, он сыграл ключевую роль в приобщении художников и аудитории к возможностям использования видео для творческого самовыражения. Нам Джун Пайк одним из первых начал трансформировать видео изображение, переходя от буквальной репрезентации объектов и событий к выражению их художественного видения. Его работы затрагивают темы времени и памяти, природу музыки и искусства, суть сенсорного опыта.
Пайк также участвовал в группе "Флюксус" – самом радикальном художественном движении 60-х годов, пытавшемся до предела расширить границы искусства и прославившемся спонтанными неодадаистскими акциями и абсурдными мусорными объектами.
Находился под влиянием композитора Джона Кейджа и его идей использования повседневных звуков и шумов в музыке.
Персональная выставка Пайка в Вуппертале (1963) считается первой значительной вехой видеоарта, окончательно превратившего телевидение, а затем и видеозапись из средств фиксации и передачи изображения в самостоятельную, а не прикладную сферу творческих экспериментов.
Пайк стал известен особенно широко, когда к созданным им экспериментальным фильмам присоединились "видеоскульптуры": "ТВ-Будда" (1974), "ТВ-сад" (1974-1778),"Семья робота" (1986). "Видеоскульптуры", придуманные Пайком, впоследствии стали называть "видеоинсталляциями" и определять как жанр искусства
"This is a glimpse of a video landscape of tomorrow when you will be able to switch on any TV station on the earth and TV guides will be as fat as the Manhattan telephone book."
- Nam June Paik from the introduction of Global Groove, 1973<br/><br/>
Группа об искусстве: http://vk.com/artisaway
An installation piece at the American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery. A few notes:
~ The televisions behind Oklahoma are playing the movie musical "Oklahoma!"
~ Missouri: playing the movie "Meet Me In St. Louie"
~ Kansas: playing "The Wizard of Oz"
~ Idaho: shows potatoes. Just potatoes. Over and over again.
~ Kentucky: scenes from the Kentucky Derby
~ Indiana: scenes from the Indy 500
~ Iowa: politicians campaigning during the Iowa caucuses
~ Illinois: rapid scenes of Chicago wit
Bora Yoon performs "Sons Nouveaux" from ( (( PHONATION )) ) album release (Swirl Records, 2008). Live at the Nam Jun Paik Museum during the Korean Festival in Seoul Korea. KBS-TV Broadcast, October 2007. www.borayoon.com
Only the film Kusama's Self-Obliteration can today still give an idea of the energy and radicality with which Yayoi Kusama provoked the New York art world of the late 1960s with her performances.
The film documents the legendary 'nude happenings' of these years, and has been shown at numerous international film festivals and awarded several prizes.
He decided to get up from his wheelchair, get on his
walker, and try to walk across the receiving line.
Across the receiving line at the state dinner is the
World's press. They're all there; I don't know how
many, tens of cameras and video cameras, everything.
So as Nam June is talking to President Clinton,
and I'm standing right behind him as he's
making some small talk to President Clinton,
Nam June turns around and says to me: Ken,
I think my pants are falling. True story here. And
I said, What? My pan
Nam June Paik's work in the National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC.

Sonic Youth re-creates "Piano Piece #13" (for Nam June Paik) by George Maciunas

28th August 2010 at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Washington DC, US)
This stop motion video shows the installation of "Random Access" in Nam June Paik: Global Visionary at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

"Random Access" by Nam June Paik
1963/2000
strips of audiotape, open-reel audio deck, extended playback head, and speakers.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Purchased with funds contributed by the International Director's Council and Executive Committee Members: Ann Ames, Edythe Broad, Henry Buhl, Elaine Terner Cooper, Dimitris Daskalopoulos, Harry David, Gai
Nam June Paik: "Prepared Piano for Merce Cunningham" (1977), Nam June Paik - piano.
Nam June Paik, «One for Violin Solo», 1962
Neo Dada in music | © Nam June Paik

Paik was a fluxus-artist and inventor of media

The performance was taken at a Concert of Musica Nova Consort (Nov.2011, Tel Aviv)
The suspance created by the long movement (10:22') not knowing the end enables to change the course of time. don't be tempted to forward ......
"Participation TV" was built by Nam June Paik in 1969. Two microphones control patterns on a television set. This interactive video piece predicted media norms we are accustom to today, while bringing a cooperative, human touch as well. I documented this work for the David Bermant Foundation, and had a good time being one of the "singers". (I apologize for not holding a tune.) Directed by Ethan Turpin
I have no idea if the music was spillover or part of the piece.

We call him a genius.
But actually he is more like a prophet because we are living in a world he imagined and dreamed of.
Né en Corée en 1932, Nam-June Paik est surtout connu aujourd'hui en tant que maître et pionnier de l'art vidéo et de la performance.
Documentary about Video art and artists using the medium in the 1980's featuring Nam June Paik, Bill Viola, Kit Fitzgerald, Paul, Garrin, John Sanborn, Zbigniew Rybczinski among others. Directed by Marcello Dantas

музикантом може стати і сантехнік!
“This work is either a conservation nightmare, or a conservation dream.” Hear MoMA media conservator, Glenn Wharton, describe the two-year restoration efforts of Nam June Paik “Untitled." Learn more how MoMA conservators preserve and protect the museum's collection: http://mo.ma/1XZq5iY

Subscribe to MoMA's YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1YussJh

A performance of Nam June Paik's film and music, selected by musicians and composers who knew him well: Ryuichi Sakamoto, Academy and Grammy Award-winning composer; Stephen Vitiello, electronic musician and media artist; and Steina Vasulka, video artist.

April 14, 2013.
"Good Morning, Mr. Orwell" was the first international satellite installation by Video Art pioneer Nam June Paik initially broadcast on New Year's Day, 1984.
The Stuart Collection seeks to enrich the cultural, intellectual, and scholarly life of the UCSD campus and the San Diego community by building and maintaining a unique collection of site-specific sculpture by leading artists of our time. In this program, Director Mary Beebe and Project Manager Mathieu Gregoire, discuss Nam June Paik's sculpture Something Pacific.
Series: Stuart Collection [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 20192]
Paik nam june media bridge by Seoul-based architectural practice Planning Korea is a mega-structure over the han river that aims to efficiently expand the city fabric on to the water. With a total length of 1080 meters, the bridge connects the dangin-li power plant, which is currently being redeveloped into a public cultural space, and the national assembly building to the south. the design proposal is a largely sculpted form with fluctuating curves and volumes.
Here's a short clip from a Nam June Paik video piece featured in the PBS early '70s special "The Medium Is The Medium". Pretty cool stuff.

Video für die Nam June Paik Ausstellung "Music for all Senses". Die Musik wurde von Manon-Liu Winter komponiert und auf dem Klavier Integral gespielt.

Nam June Paik (1932-2006) war ein aus Südkorea stammender US-amerikanischer Musiker und bildender Künstler und gilt als ein Begründer der Video- und Medienkunst. Mit u.a. John Cage und Charlotte Moorman.
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Performance at Anthology, film archives center-wild sexy

http://www.vernissage.tv | At Art Cologne 2009 Galerie Hans Mayer showed a piece by Nam June Paik, a painted aluminium infrastructure with a multi painted satellite dish, 24 color TV sets and laser disc player. In this video, Hans Mayer provides us with a short introduction to the work.

Nam June Paik (1932-2006) worked with a variety of media and is consiered to be the first video artist. He was trained as a classical pianist. Nam June Paik and his family had to flee from their home in Korea in 1950. They
Nam June Paik | Works 1958-1979 | Sub Rosa | 2001
Short documentary made at the press opening of Nam June Paik - Noise at Tate Liverpool. This is the first major UK retrospective of Paik's work and includes interviews with his nephew and one of the curators. Produced in partnership with Tate Liverpool and The Saatchi Gallery Magazine Art And Music.
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Nam June Paik participated in Fluxus. He made his big debut at the Exposition of Music-Electronic Television, in which he scattered televisions everywhere, and used magnets to alter or distort their images. In 1964, Paik moved to New York, and began working with cellist Charlotte Moorman. In a notorious 1967 incident, Moorman was arrested for going topless while performing Paik's Opera Sextronique. Two years later, they performed TV Bra for Living Sculpture, in which Charlotte wore a bra with small TV scr
Electronic Superhighway is installed in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC.
Nam June Paik comments about an American culture obsessed with TV, the moving image, and bright shiny things.

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17 DECEMBER 2010 - 17 MARCH 2011 GALLERY 1 FREE While Nam June Paik was studying in Germany developing his experimental and music practice and growing creative relationships with leading Fluxus artists, lasers were still in their infancy. Following his move to the US, Paik became fascinated by the laser as an untapped artistic resource. They provided him with an opportunity to take the image outside of the television and create media environments. In the late 1990's, Paik began working with Norman Ballard,
In The Tower: Nam June Paik,

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