Orson Tv (2010), HD video projection (video still), 16:9, 0'30", loop, stereo sound, colour

In 1938, Orson Wells adapted the novel "The War of the worlds" by H. G. Wells as an american radio broadcast. It became famous causing mass panic. People didn't realize that it was just a fictional radio show, because the beginning of the show was performed as an news report.
The work ORSON TV is inspired by that incident and is meant as a critical debate about mass media influence.

Orson Tv (2010), HD video projection (video still), 16:9, 0'30", loop, stereo sound, colour

Orson Tv (2010), HD video projection (video still), 16:9, 0'30", loop, stereo sound, colour

Orson Tv (2010), HD video projection (video still), 16:9, 0'30", loop, stereo sound, colour

Orson Tv (2010), HD video projection (video still), 16:9, 0'30", loop, stereo sound, colour

Orson Tv (2010), HD video projection (video still), 16:9, 0'30", loop, stereo sound, colour

Orson Tv (2010), HD video projection (video still), 16:9, 0'30", loop, stereo sound, colour

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