Broadside flyer announcing "Nam June Paik - Electronic TV + Color TV Experiments + 3 Robots + 2 Zen Boxes + 1 Zen Can" at the New School (for Social Research, New York), January 8, 1965. Nam June PAIK.
Broadside flyer announcing "Nam June Paik - Electronic TV + Color TV Experiments + 3 Robots + 2 Zen Boxes + 1 Zen Can" at the New School (for Social Research, New York), January 8, 1965.

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Broadside flyer announcing "Nam June Paik - Electronic TV + Color TV Experiments + 3 Robots + 2 Zen Boxes + 1 Zen Can" at the New School (for Social Research, New York), January 8, 1965.

A one-night concert/exhibition of Paik's work, and his first one-man exhibition in the United States. Folded five times for mailing. Printed offset on both sides (the verso prints a technical text by Paik, with a circuit diagram, along with various press quotes). 41.5x19.7cm. (unfolded). Mailing label handwritten by Charlotte Moorman addressed to John Cage (she has also underlined her name in red crayon where it appears on the flyer). Fine.


Illustrated with a Peter Moore photograph of Paik's Robot K-456, which featured in the event (it also included live performances by Carol Bergé and Mieko Shiomo). Charlotte Moorman performed 'Pop Sonata' for the second time, a piece which involved her removing her jewellery and clothes "before she lay down on the floor to finish the piece, her cello atop her like a lover" (Rothfuss, p.110).

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