Alexandra Munroe, Senior Curator at the Guggenheim Museum, Joins Cheddar To Take Us Inside The World of Asian Art in New Series “Eyes On Fire”

Alexandra Munroe, the senior curator of global arts at the Guggenheim Museum, appeared on Cheddar to chat her new series Eyes on Fire with Alexandra Munroe and chat the third episode of the series Nam June Paik: The Father of Video Art WATCH HERE

The new epidode features artistic visionary and legend, Nam June Paik, who was the first to shed a light on the intimate relationship between man and technology and was not only credited with creating the term “video art” and“electronic super highway,” he was perhaps the first artist to understand screen culture and the true revolutionary potential of commercial video tape when it became available in the 1960s. “Electronic Super Highway” is now also the name of a multimedia installation that is permanently installed in the Smithsonian institution of American Art in Washington DC that plays to our own self constructed myth that we are living through television.

The series gives insights and revelations into the world of asian-art and beyond. Titled after a moniker that’s followed her, Eyes on Fire reflects the unique and passionate perspective of Alexandra, seeing the world through a burning lens of intellectual curiosity and creative precision, one that has made her one of the most influential and important figures in the world or art today.

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