VirtualDayz

I explore media in transition. My research encompasses film, video, print, digital arts, and the web. I'm interested in what artists and writers are doing and in what critics and scholars are saying.

Monday, January 30, 2006

Nam June Paik, 1932–2006

Nam June Paik, hailed as the father of video art, died Sunday, January 29th, at his home in Miami. For details, see obituary in The New York Times. "Moving Time," the last exhibition he participated in while alive, is on display at the Korean Cultural Service in New York City.

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