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1. icon: author Dieter Daniels «Television-Art or anti-art? Conflict and cooperation between the avant-garde and the mass media in the 1960s and 1970s»
historians writing about him often forget that almost all his videos were made for television. His 1973 video classic «Global Groove» is like a TV manifesto for the future. In the opening sequence it says: «This is a glimpse of a new world [more]more
2. icon: author Heike Helfert «Technological Constructions of Space-Time Aspects of Perception»
[47] Cf. Nam June Paik «Global Groove,» sequence with John Cage. [more]more
3. icon: author Inke Arns «Social Technologies Deconstruction, subversion, and the utopia of democratic communication»
opposite. Here utopias involving a social function for media—with the possible exception of Nam June Paik's «Global Groove»—are no longer directed mainly at television, but at alternative channels independent of the mass media. But in [more]more
4. icon: author Rudolf Frieling «Form Follows Format Tensions, Museums, Media Technology, and Media Art»
increasingly clear that a work could be presented contextually in all kinds of new configurations: Nam June Paik's «Global Groove» transformed itself in the 1970s from a television work into a linear videotape and finally into the multiplied [more]more
5. icon: author Rudolf Frieling icon: author Dieter Daniels «Milestones of Media-Art»
Nam June Paik, »Global Groove«, Author: Anja Oßwald Installation Peter Weibel, »Beobachtung der Beobachtung: Unbestimmtheit« [more]more