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Artist Nam June Paik used electronics in inventive and goofy ways
Nam June Paik, "Untitled (Robot)" [PaikBot], 1992, single-channel video in robot-shaped assemblage of televisions, radio- and stereo-system parts, and metal hardware, with additions in paint; color, silent, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift to the Nam June Paik Archive from the Nam June Paik Estate, © Nam June Paik Estate
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