Korean American artist Paik Nam-june's biggest video installation, "Dadaikseon," or "The more, The Better," has reopened after four years of hiatus.
The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) in Gwacheon, south of Seoul, said the six-tier conical tower made with 1,003 cathode-ray tube monitors is once again emitting a cascade of light and colorful images.
The museum said it started a test run of the video sculpture on January 17 for six months after completing a basic preservation and restoration process.
The trial run will be carried out in three stages.
During the first round, the video tower will operate two to eight hours a day through March, while the subsequent timetables will be disclosed later.
The test operation is also open to the public, the museum said.
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