Nam June Paik

Random/Access is a book and media installation about the artist Nam June Paik, within the context of Media Theory; particularly the ideas of Marshall McLuhan.

This book is a collection of Paik's installations, and performances, seen within the context of his prophetic essays about the relationship of man with technology. I sought to channel Paik’s playful passion for this relationship into my process for designing this book. For elements of the book I manipulated imagery and typography using a combination of Processing, and mobile-phone photography of these manipulations to allow the technology to be visually present in the work.

The installation and interactive posters actively engage the audience by displaying their image electronically within the installation via repurposed security cameras and an Xbox Kinect. 

Book Design, Interactive Installation, Poster Design