Spectacle is the guardian of sleep

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Culture making and Iconoclast since 1996, Tasman Richardson has exhibited extensively throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. His practice focuses primarily on video collage using the JAWA method (The manifesto he authored in 1996), fully immersive media installation, live a/v performance, and experiments in decorative limited editions under the alias Pseudonym. Read more

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Guy Debord cathode ray tube portrait. Series of photographs documenting the stages of decay due to VHS recording and re-recording. Portraits feature the dominant figures that shaped media history and our relationship with memory, language, transmission, and manipulation. The image decays into video noise when the view passes from left to right until it becomes a solid blue screen of analog crt pixels denoting signal loss and memory erasure.

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Weight 7 kg
Dimensions 61 x 5 x 91.44 cm





Lenticular animated print, micro corrugated plastic mounted on aluminium back with steel gravity bars for floating, frameless, wall hanging


Unframed artwork


Original artwork

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