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Global Groove (1973) | Nam June Paik full video art
"Global Groove" is a smorgasbord of experimental visual expressions. Artist Nam June Paik and his team have laid out a dense palette of video art in a stream-of-conscious presentation that influenced decades of work that followed. The project served as a manifesto on global communications and brought together Neo-Dada sensibilities to truly disrupt the television-viewing experience.
Nam June Paik: Moon Is the Oldest TV
S37 E4 - 1h 45m
See the world through the eyes of Nam June Paik, the father of video art and coiner of the term “electronic superhighway.” Born in Japan-occupied Korea, Paik went on to become a pillar of the American avant-garde and transformed modern image-making with his sculptures, films and performances. Experience his creative evolution, as Academy Award nominee Steven Yeun reads from Paik's own writings.
Ethan Lim: Cambodian Futures
This is Culinary Futurism. Filmmaker Dustin Nakao-Haider follows Chicago-based chef Ethan Lim as he creates vibrant dishes inspired by the rich, complex history of Cambodia. Drawing on his family’s culinary legacy of over half a century, Lim’s award-winning cooking imagines how Cambodian cuisine might have evolved had the civil war not paused its growth.
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