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. 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.

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). 'Cellorina' 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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