Newly restored, rare performance material from Nam June Paik's personal archives, including many collaborations with Charlotte Moorman, are featured in two remarkable volumes. These documents trace the evolution of Paik's eclectic and at times eccentric performance work over three decades, from a haunting, silent 1961 film (Hand and Face) to a 1994 tribute to John Cage at the Kitchen in New York.
Volume 1 includes documentation of Paik's emblematic collaborative pieces with Charlotte Moorman, including TV Bed, TV Cello, and TV Bra. These works are performed at venues that resonate in video art history, such as the Howard Wise Gallery, the Everson Museum (where David Ross joins Moorman on the TV Bed), and the WGBH television studio.
Producer: Stephen Vitiello. Editor: Seth Price at Electronic Arts Intermix. All footage courtesy of Nam June Paik.
PLEASE NOTE: Allow extra lead-in time if you are planning a public screening or exhibition of Nam June Paik's single screen video works. All such orders must be forwarded by EAI to the Paik Studio for their agreement before any event can be confirmed.