36”x50” digital print / 2006
Artist Statement: Today we live in the realm of the hyperreal: consta-fresh news from the entire world is fed to us via the wonders of information technology, without us ever having to leave our living rooms. We can easily forget that what we see on screen is merely a simulation of a real event. Although we know a drama represents something different from the news, or real life for that matter, we nonetheless experience it the same way, and on deeper level have trouble drawing a differentiation between the two. To represent this, this war will be televised shows a liquid stream of image information. Some of these images are real and some are fictitious, but together they all become homogenized towards establishing the current meaning of "war".