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The image here, shown on RUBBER T's old analogue television set, is from one of the sequences from the film, 'Images Seen on Dead Televison Screens (Analogue Version)'.
The 60 minute film examines the various images which can be seen reflected on the television screen when the television is moved to different positions in the director's bedroom. As with RuBBER T's other work, 'Images Seen on Dead Televison Screens (Digital Version)' is a gripping and emotional journey and, for those who survive the first few minutes, a revelation in boredom and masochism.
Submitted for the Venice Biennale, it was rejected on the grounds of being far too tortuous for Italian art lovers and critics - and for anyone else for that matter.