Moving Time

January 20- February 24, 2006

Gallery Korea at the Korean Cultural Center New York
(460 Park Ave. 6th Floor, New York, NY 10022)

Opening reception : Friday January 20 2006 6-8 PM

Part 1 Jan. 20 - Jan. 31
Part 2 Feb. 01 - Feb. 11
Part 3 Feb. 13 - Feb. 24

An Exhibition of Video Art presenting the works of Nam June Paik and+30 Inter/national Artists at the Korean Cultural Service New York 

Part 1 Opening reception : Friday January 20 2006 6-8 PM 
Part 2 Reception : Thursday February 02 2006 6-8 PM 
Part 3 Reception : Friday February 17 2006 6-8 PM 

Moving Time, a vibrant exhibition of 

Video Art will go on view at the Korean Cultural Service New York from 

January 20 -February 24, 2006 and will present Nam June Paik's seminal video works from the 60s and 70s. The exhibition will also feature recent work of 30 national and international artists representing different generations and different cultural perspectives: Rene Sultra & Maria Barthelemy, Terry Berkowitz, Krista Birnbaum, Jonathan Brainin, Hong Buhm, Damien Keller & Adriadna Capasso, Graciela Fuentes, Mariam Ghani, Elastic Group, Sigrid Hackenberg, Kye Ryoon Han, Claudia Joskowicz, Jung Kang, Jeong Han Kim,Tae Jin Kim, Mayumi Kimura, Hyun Jean Lee, Hyunsoo Joy Lee, Joo Young Lee, Seung June Lee, Carlos Motta, Wanda Ortiz, Jaye Rhee, Sang Ho Shin, Molly Stevens, Jeanne Susplugas,Traci Tullius, Shiying Vicki Yang, Lin Yilin, Jorge Calvo.

Moving Time was conceived to celebrate the new time and the new beginning for the KCSNY as it marks the first exhibition of the year 2006. By making diverse range of global video art accessible to the public, the exhibition introduces the basics of video art such as medium¢®?s inherent characteristics (affordability, portability, transferability, manipulative quality, intimacy and its capacity for instantaneous transmission for image etc.) and its wide and ever expanding sub- categories. Moving Time salutes and explores video art's capacity to represent time not only as a theme but also as a constituent parameter of the nature of video art. Whether it is a work contemplating on the notions of temporal magnitude; protracted duration in ambiguous narrative and slow motion or temporal compression in electronic-collage or animation incorporating super- advanced technology, or exploring temporal matrix, temporal moment, temporal direction, or temporal event, the works in Moving Time have been selected to demonstrate individual¢®?s identification, translation and expression of time with e/motions; that is motion, emotion and electric motion. The curators of this exhibition give thanks to 30 most innovative, supportive and generous artists who have agreed in joy to pay humble but heart felt tribute to Nam June Paik who has been influential in every area of video art since he unleashed it in1965. It is an honor to have Nam June Paik-the father of video art-as the special guest artist in Moving Time. 

The exhibition consists of three parts, each containing works of 10 artists 
to be shown for 10 days. Nam June Paik's works will be on view at all 

Moving Time is curated by Hwang Yu Jin, Jeeyun Kim, Inhee Iris Moon

Miro Yoon