Friedrich Rosenstiel, Nam June Paik sitting in TV Chair, 1976; © Friedrich Rosenstiel, Köln/Cologne, Zentralarchiv für deutsche internationale Kunstmarktforschung ZADIK, Universität zu Köln
Free, Screening

Screenings of Afterlude/Prelude: Artists Respond to Nam June Paik

Saturday, Sept 18–Sunday, Sept 19, 2021

10 a.m.–5 p.m. PDT

Gina and Stuart Peterson White Box, Floor 4

Free with museum tickets

Complement your Nam June Paik exhibition-viewing experience by dropping into these re-screenings of Afterlude/Prelude: Artists Respond to Nam June Paik. Inspired by Paik’s transnational art practice and experimentation in global satellite technology, this multiple-hour program, which debuts as an international webcast on Sept 17 , features over twenty contemporary artists from around the world responding to Paik’s thinking and writing through readings, performances, music, video, and more.

Participating artists

Aki Onda (Mito, New York)

Autumn Knight (New York)

Ayumi Paul (Berlin)

bani haykal (Singapore)

Candice Breitz & Alex Fahl (Berlin)

Chris Kallmyer and Zoe Aja Moore (Los Angeles)

Christian Marclay, with performance by Elaine Mitchener (London)

Geumhyung Jeong (Seoul)

Lynn Lu (London, Singapore) and Melinda Lauw (Singapore)

Michael Rauter (Berlin)

Nam June Paik, with performers Hewen Ma (Shanghai) and Sophia (Shuhui) Zhou (San Francisco)

Song-Ming Ang (Berlin, Singapore)

Sue Kim and Jaehoon Kim with Diveline Ensemble (Seoul)

Tad Ermitaño (Manila)

Tini Aliman (Singapore)

weish (Singapore)

Yuen Chee Wai (Singapore)

Afterlude/Prelude: Artists Respond to Nam June Paik is jointly organized by SFMOMA and the National Gallery Singapore. The performance DO IT YOURSELF is presented in collaboration with Chronus Art Center.