Slice image DAVID Steel 210 x 70 x 60 cm  2010

Korean sculptor Park Chan-girl constructs metal sculptures from thin metal layers he calls “sliced images” that resemble three dimensional topography charts. He also meticulously welds thousands of small steel nuts into a delicately textured skin, moulding it into human and animal forms.



He received his BFA in Sculpture from Chungnam National University and his MFA in Fine Arts from KyungHee University and has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions across Korea and China.


U.F.L.O II 193 x 130 oil on canvas 2003

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







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