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  • Nam June Paik (–), internationally recognized as the ​“Father of Video Art,” created a large body of work including video sculptures, installations, performances, videotapes and television productions. He had a global presence and influence, and his innovative art and visionary ideas continue to inspire a new generation of Jul 20,
  • Nam June Paik was the first video artist who experimented with electronic media and made a profound impact on the art of video and television. He coined the phrase "Information Superhighway" in , and has been called the "father of video art." He was born Nam .
  • Nam June Paik, known as "the father of video art," surfed the forefront of cutting edge technologies and utilized them to realize artworks, the likes the world had never yet xychensempnosubpe.cerpiasawrimicnewsswifenranjadecom.coality: Korean American.
  • The trajectory of his artistic practice is the subject of a current exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum which is aptly named Nam June Paik: Global Visionary. It was organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s senior curator for media arts and .
  • Nam June Paik. Profile: Korean-born American artist, born in Seoul, June 20th, , died in Miami, January 29, Studied Art & Music at University of Tokyo and later Munich. Meets and works with Karlheinz Stockhausen, Joseph Beuys & John Cage, among many others.
  • Nam June Paik ’s experimental, innovative, yet playful work has had a profound influence on today’s art and culture. He pioneered the use of TV and video in art and coined the phrase ‘electronic superhighway’ to predict the future of communication in the internet age. This major exhibition is a mesmerising riot of sights and sounds.
  • Nam June Paik (Korean: 백남준; July 20, – January 29, ) was a Korean American artist. He worked with a variety of media and is considered to be the founder of video art. He is credited with the first use () of the term "electronic super highway" to describe the future of telecommunications.
  • Magnet TV is an early example of Nam June Paik’s “prepared televisions,” in which he altered the television image or its physical casing. This work, which was featured in Paik’s first solo exhibition in New York, consists of a seventeen-inch black-and-white set on which an industrial-sized magnet rests.