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Barbara London

United States

Grants Awarded

1997 | Film, Video, & Photography | China

to undertake research on video and installation art activities, meet with artists, and survey museum collections in China

1995 | Film, Video, & Photography | Hong Kong

to survey contemporary video and installation art activities in Hong Kong and to present a lecture under the auspices of the Hong Kong artists' collective, Zuni Icosahedron


What’s Technology Got to Do With It?

July 20, 2017

Nam June Paik is known as the father of video art. We celebrate this innovative visionary, on what would have been his eighty-fifth birthday, with Barbara London, Yale University’s media arts critic and MoMA’s former associate curator in the department of media and performance art. London established MoMA’s video collection, and was the editor of Soundings: A Contemporary Score, their first major exhibition of sound art. She gives a talk entitled “What’s Technology Got to Do With It?”

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