NPR broadcast, Exploring the 'Electronic Superhighway' JULY 04, 2006 on 238. Electronic Superhighway. Nam June Paik. 1995 C.E. Mixed-media installation (49-channel closed circuit video installation, neon, steel, and electronic components).

Exploring the 'Electronic Superhighway'

Nam June Paik - Electronic Superhighway: Continental U., Alaska, Hawaii, Fifty-one channel video installation (including one closed.

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Electronic Superhighway: Continental U., Alaska, Hawaii by Nam June Paik, 1995

Visual artist Nam June Paik predicted the web

Visual artist predicted the web

An exhibit of visual artist Nam June Paik’s work illustrates what led him to coin the phrase "electronic superhighway" in 1974 while theorizing the future of television.

A soothing video installation;   Pipilotti Rist, Ever Is Over All, 1997

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pipilotti rist - ever is over all, 1997 --- In Ever Is Over All, the artist juxtaposes the field and its flowers with her magically powerful wand, and transposes acts of aggression and annihilation into benevolent and creative ones.

Information Superhighway, American Art Museum, Washington  D.C.,

Nam June Paik - Electronic Superhighway: Continental U., Alaska, Hawaii, Fifty-one channel video installation

Lyonel Feininger 1871-1956 | American-born German Cubist/Expressionist painter

Lyonel Feininger ~ Cubist/Expressionist painter

Lyonel Charles Feininger Raddampfer Am Landungssteg 1912 by 48 cm)

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor nam june paik

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor nam june paik

The More the Better by Nam June Paik

The More the Better, 1988 (by Nam June Paik) Three channel video installation with monitors and steel structure;

En la Barberia no se Llora (No Crying Allowed in the Barbershop). Pepon Osorio. 1994 C.E. Mixed media installation.

En la Barberia no se Llora (No Crying Allowed in the Barbershop). 1994 C.

William Karp (US 1905-??), Electric Production and Direction, oil on canvas, 1933-34. This sinister combination of flesh and metal evokes a common fear during the 1930s that machines would not only replace factory workers, but would literally absorb them into their clinking, whirring mechanisms. Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.

"Electric Production and Direction," William Karp, ca. oil on canvas, two panels, total: 55 x 27 Smithsonian American Art Museum.

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