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<h1 class="Serif-font maroon-color">Nam June Paik -The Pioneer of Contemporary Video Art (1932-2006)</h1>
<p> On January 29th 2006, the digital arts world lost one of its progenitors. Nam June Paik was a father of <a href =""> video art</a>. His experimental art practice aimed to humanize technological experience, converging music, performance, sculpture, technology, video and installation.</p>
<p>Born in Seoul, South Korea, Paik fled the country with his family during the Korean War, 1950-1953. They first settled in Hong Kong, and then Japan, where he received a BA in music and art history from University of Tokyo in 1956. After the university, he studied for a year with compose Thrasybulus Georgiades at the University of Munich and for two years with composer Wolfgang Fortner at the International Music College in Freiburg, Germany. At the International Summer Courses for New Music in Darmstadt in 1958, he met composer John Cage who later had a significant influence on Paik as he became a major force in the avant-garde through performances.</p>
<p>In 1964, Paik moved to New York and developed collaborative relationships with artists such as John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Yoko Ono and Bill Viola.  
<h2 class="serif-font maroon-color">A Legend of Video Art
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  Presentation of Good Morning Mr. Orwell, at the Kitchen Gallery, New York, on December 8, 1983
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In Opera Sextronique(1967), Moorman wore Paik’s Light Bikini, a bikini outfitted with remote-controlled lights that flashed intermittently during her cello performance. Moorman went topless, and she arrested for indecency.  
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 TV Buddha(1974), one of his most well-known series, playfully commented on the relationship between technology and human spirituality through a closed-circuit video installation and a bronze Buddha sculpture. The Buddha, sitting opposite the TV, would be looking at his own image on TV, creating an infinite looping of the image and a sense of introspection and self-reflection. 
  <p style="text-align:center"> View more <a href="">Nam June Paik's works.</a></p>  

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