“Paik wanted to build an anthropomorphic robot, because he was fascinated by the scientists’ discovery that the human brain had begun to grow after man stopped walking on all fours and had to figure out what to do with his two ‘free’ hands.”
- Wulf Herzogenrath, Hayward Gallery 1988 exhibition catalogue “Nam June Paik Video Works 1963-88″
Dieter Ronte – Nam June Paik’s Early Works in Vienna (1982). Originally printed the catalog of the Whitney Museum “Nam June Paik” show: Nam June Paik by Nam June Paik , John G. Hanhardt, Whitney Museum of American Art Staff, ISBN 0874270375 (0-87427-037-5), Hardcover, Whitney Museum of American Art (1982).
- Lies are Always More Exciting than the Truth – Nam June Paik’s Futuristic Traditionalism by Dr. Thomas Kellein.
Hans Günter Golinski:
Susanne Rennert – I liked it
Michel Serres - L’information et la pensée
'dog vomit' slime mold
history of lighting
Artemisia Prepares to Drink the Ashes of her Husband
WHEN DID YOU STOP WANTING TO BE PRESIDENT? - William Burroughs
plato’s cave on wikipedia
EPISTEMOLOGY IS NOT INNOCENTDeleuze & Guattari
A letter by Gilbert Simondon to Jacques Derrida about the foundation of the Collège International de Philosophie (CIPH). It is dated July 5th, 1982. A longer essay-form letter “On Techno-Aesthetics,” dated July 3rd, 1982, and handwritten on letterhead paper from the Université René Descartes, was never sent.
"I have tested it"