Gallery talks — 10 Jun 2020
The exhibition Nam June Paik – The Future is Now gives an overview of the work of Nam June Paik (1932, Korea - US, 2006), one of the most visionary and influential pioneers of early video art. His work is multidisciplinary, experimental, innovative and playful, and of great influence to the generations that followed him. Paik was early to recognize the future impact of mass media and coined the term ‘electronic highway’, thus predicting the future of communication in the internet age. As Paik related art to technology, and East to West, he reflected on the influence of technology on globalization, and with that on our daily lives.
- Museumticket + € 3
- Stedelijk Museum
- 10 Jun, 4 pm until 5 pm
- Main language
- In line with national policy relating to the coronavirus, it is still uncertain if this event can take place. Possible cancelation or rescheduling of this event will be communicated here.
This edition of the Gallery Talks series provides a unique opportunity to hear different perspectives on the work of Nam June Paik. Art historian Julia Mullié will take the work Hommage to Stanley Brouwn (1984) as the point of departure for her tour.
ABOUT JULIA MULLIÉ
Art historian Julia Mullié works as an independent researcher. After having worked as Assistant Curator at Vleeshal Middelburg, she organized exhibitions at the Bonnefantenmuseum (2018, Maastricht), Nest (2019, Den Haag), Witte de With (2020, Rotterdam) a.o. She regularly contributes to exhibition catalogues and currently works on an extensive study into the oeuvre of Stanley Brouwn (together with Colin Huizing) and on the publication of various books, together with artists Kasper Bosmans, Win McCarthy and Adriano Amaral.