The late artist Nam June Paik was a pioneer of video and technological art, with work that incorporated both television screens and robots. An exhibition of his work just opened at New York’s Asia Society.
As the executor of his estate Ken Hakuta tells The Wall Street Journal, “If [Paik] was around today, he would probably be hanging around Google. He is very relevant to today’s technology and the internet. He said one day everybody will have their own TV channel. That is YouTube, right?”
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