The exhibition "Video 2000: Cultural and Personal Identity in the Video Cyber-Age" was held at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from October 29 through December 3, 2000. The show featured the work of various artists. This image shows the installation of the piece titled "Karen Blixen Robot", created with 11 vintage television cabinets, 7 13" televisions, 3 4'' televisions, 1000 watt transformer, 2 laser disc players with accompanying original laser disc videos, typewriter, African sculpture and masks, straw hat, fabric, and a glass light fixture. The piece was created in 1996 by Nam June Paik.
Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University
Digital Services Department, Wright State University Libraries
Paik, Nam June, "Video 2000 028: Karen Blixen Robot" (2000). Video 2000: Cultural and Personal Identity in the Video Cyber-Age. 28.
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