LEA Volume 19, Issue 5: Far and Wide
On the cover: LEA Volume 19, Issue 5: Far and Wide
ISBN: 
978-1906897215
ISSN: 
1071-4391
284 pages

Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 19, Issue 5

December 2013

Far and Wide

Volume Authors: Lanfranco Aceti and Omar Kholeif
Editors: Ozden Sahin and Catherine M. Weir

This catalog is a LEA production with FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology). It follows the first major retrospective on Nam June Paik in the UK with an exhibition and conference organized by Tate Liverpool and FACT. The exhibition Nam June Paik, December 17, 2010 to March 13, 2011, was curated by Sook-Kyung Lee and Susanne Rennert.

Contents

Introduction

  • The Global Play of Nam June Paik: The Artist That Embraced and Transformed Marshall McLuhan’s Dreams into Reality
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  • The Future Is Now?
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Articles

  • To Whom It May Concern: Nam June Paik's Wobbulator and Playful Identity
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  • Data Materialism in Art Making
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  • The Electronic Representation of Information: New Relationships between the Virtual Archive and its (Possible) Referent
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  • A Statement on Nam June Paik
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  • Traveling at the Speed of Paik: An artist-researcher visits the Nam June Paik Art Center
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  • Zen for TV? Nam June Paik’s “Global Groove” and “A Tribute to John Cage” (1973)
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  • Introductions and John G. Hanhardt Keynote Speech
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  • John G. Hanhardt Q&A session chaired by Sarah Cook
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  • Roy Ascott Keynote Speech
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  • Ruth Catlow Speech
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  • Anton Lukoszevieze performance
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  • Roy Ascott in conversation with Mike Stubbs
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  • Nam June Paik Artworks
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