Nam June Paik, who first introduced artwork featuring a television set into a museum space in 1963, once referred to the moon as the “oldest TV.” A couple of years later, the art maverick reproduced the lunar cycle using seventeen TV sets atop pedestals in a blacked-out room. A different phase of the moon flickered on each set, the shape resulting from a magnet in the cathode ray tube used to tweak the signal being transmitted.... More >>>