Previews + Extras
Nam June Paik: Moon Is the Oldest TV
S37 E4 - 2m 32s
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.
Nam June Paik's communication problem
S37 E4 - 45s
In this excerpt narrated by Steven Yeun, Nam June Paik describes how everyday is a communication problem for him as a Korean immigrant living in the United States. "My problem is how to communicate better."
Nam June Paik's early art
S37 E4 - 42s
In Zen for Head (1962), Nam June Paik used his body as an instrument in the performance. "He was mixing everything together. It's like a bibimbap in Korea."
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