Moving pictures come at us all day, every day and everywhere. Television is no longer necessarily the dominant mode of entertainment in everyday life. If anything, it evokes nostalgia for a bygone era when the domestic TV set played an active part in shaping our way of thinking and being in the world. Drawing together a diverse group of early career artists whose work is immersed in the image soup of contemporary life, The TV Show reflects on the shifting role television plays in a digital age.
Curatorial Essay:The TV Show