Jay Lee (C'13) publishes article in Northwestern Art Review

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Jay (Ju Hyun) Lee (C’13), an Art History and Psychology double-major, recently published an article titled “Nam June Paik: Expression of Neo-Humanism with the Most Inanimate Medium” in Volume 11 of the Northwestern Art Review, the undergraduate student art history journal of Northwestern University’s Department of Art History.  Her paper addresses the humanizing uses of technology in the installation works of Nam June Paik (1932-2006), widely considered to be the founder of video art.  Jay’s research paper was originally written for the seminar ARTH 465: Modern Art in Asia, taught by Prof. Michelle Wang.

Congratulations, Jay!