Television Art's Abstract Starts: Europe circa 19441969

@article{Mehring2008TelevisionAA,
  title={Television Art's Abstract Starts: Europe circa 19441969},
  author={Christine Mehring},
  journal={October},
  year={2008},
  pages={29-64}
}
Video and television art, so the story goes, started with Nam June Paik. That he first turned to television in Wuppertal, West Germany, before moving to New York has remained at best a peculiar side note to discussions of the relationship between art and television, which, at least on this side of the Atlantic, appear largely dominated by art made in the U.S. What is more, even at the presumed moment of its origin, Paik himself deflected the honor of being the first television artist. In a text… Expand
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