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Television has had an enormous impact on the work of visual artists since its arrival on the domestic landscape. The exhibition offers a timely insight into the impact of television broadcasting on cultural and socio-political phenomena. It looks at the physical shift in news and entertainment consumption, from the public social space of the cinema to the private and enclosed space of the home. It also examines the aesthetics of the television itself as an object.
New and older works, some on loan from international collections, will be commissioned or selected for the show from artists including Ferdinand Kriwet, Mathias Faldbaken, Hilary Lloyd, Julia Wachtel, Jessica Diamond, Tauba Auerbach, Michaelangelo Pistoletto, and Martha Rosler amongst others. Their work follows pioneers of TV related pieces by Keith Arnatt, Ian Breakwell, David Hall, Andy Warhol, John Latham, Michael Smith and from the 1990s and 2000s, Mark Wallinger, Steve McQueen and Lis Rhodes.
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