Magnet  TV 1965



Action with a violin on a string (staged during Exposition of Music – Electronic Television), 1963



TV  Cello 1984 Charlotte Moorman Garside (November 18, 1933–November 8, 1991) was an American cellist and performance artist.

Buddha 1989



Family Robot: Grandmother (left) and Family of Robot Grandfather (right) 1986, single channel video sculpture with vintage television and radio casings and monitors.


Nam June Paik (July 20, 1932 – January 29, 2006) was a Korean-born American artist. He worked with a variety of media and is considered to be the first video artist.

Born in Seoul during the colonial period of Korea, the youngest of five siblings, Paik had 2 older brothers and 2 older sisters. His father owned a major textile manufacturing firm. As he was growing up, he was trained as a classical pianist. In 1950, Paik and his family had to flee from their home in Korea, during the Korean War. His family first fled to Hong Kong, but later moved to Japan. Six years later he graduated from the University of Tokyo where he wrote a thesis on the composer Arnold Schoenberg.

Paik then moved to Germany to study music history at Munich University. While studying in Germany, Paik met the composers Karlheinz Stockhausen and John Cage and the conceptual artists Joseph Beuys and Wolf Vostell who inspired him to work in the field of electronic art.

Nam June Paik

Lincoln features interiors inspired by the latest trends in contemporary home design and founded in the belief that automobiles have become "the fourth space," as people are spending significant amounts of time in their vehicles. First space refers to the home. Second space refers to the workplace. The third space is a leisure location such as a cafe and, in turn, the vehicle has become the fourth space.

"The new Lincoln vehicles clearly blend the best elements of architecture, craftsmanship, interior design and fashion design," said Giulio Capula, vice president and publisher, Architectural Digest.

Lincoln MKT Concept Brings the Beauty of Home into the Automobile

The new Lincoln MKT Concept, unveiled in January at the North American International Auto Show, brings the driver and passengers even closer to home by including many of the same features as the Lincoln MKS. In addition, it offers appointments such as four executive-sized, first-class chairs with rear seat footrests, soothing tone-on-colors, ambient lighting and flexible storage.

Designer Jennifer Hewlett added a plush, hand-knotted rug made from banana silk covering the floor and complementing the contrasting Creamy Pearl chromium-free leather seats, while Amy Kim, in charge of the elegant metalwork, contributed sculpted door handles with sparkling, curved dimples reminiscent of beadwork.

Joann Jung was responsible for the instrument panel and crystal-inspired center consol that runs the entire length of the vehicle to create a feeling of continuity between the upper and lower portion of the cabin, as if all the occupants of the cabin were sitting together in a living room. A patented solid-state lighting technology allows first-ever 3-D projection on a contoured surface and displays information using intuitive shapes and spaces on the center stack.

About the new MKT Concept's innovative interior, Jung said, "It's very personal to me. It's like opening my own room to the public. But I want to share it."

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"My work is based on the theme "East meets West", which is the meeting and the interplay between materials and forms, methods, techniques and literature. In every step of my jewelry creation I combine the Eastern traditional boundaries and the Western modern boundaries, reaching the realm of where objects adorn the body using contrast, tension, absence and presence."

Kiwon Wang was born in Korea and has lived in the United States for the last 16 years. She has a BFA in jewelry and metalsmithing from Georgia State University and has an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has also taught at the Rhode Island School of Design and at Kookmin  University in Korea. Her work has appeared in numerous exhibitions in the United States, Germany,UK, Japan and Korea. Jewelry by Kiwon Wang has been published and reviewed in numerous newspapers, magazines and books, including Graphis, New York Magazine, Ornament, Rebound by Louis Vuitton and Boston Globe to name a few.

Ki Won Wang







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