Untitled looks like an ordinary landscape at first glance; although seemingly a rough sketch on a notepad with a ballpoint pen, one can find key elements that appear in Nam June Paik’s works upon closer observation. Antennas stand on the roof, running parallel with large trees, their visual similarity forming a harmonious landscape. This embodies Paik’s speculation of considering technology and nature within a single frame. Represented on the upper part of the picture are a crescent moon and a television containing the image of a crescent moon parading alternately upward, which takes after Paik’s Moon is the Oldest TV (1965).
Nam June Paik