TVZone

2018: Liverpool Gallery (University Assessment).
Materials: Televisions, Fake Plants, Aluminium, Digital Print & LED Lighting Strip.

TV Zone creates a purgatory of blue screens, error screens and static, to encourage the viewer to take a moment to explore the in-between-space between television and reality. This work is a direct response to Quinn Miller’s Queer Recalibration which positions the blue screen of a television as a place of antinormativity and its ability to create an empowered detachment from traditional family norms. Within this blue screen, we can take a break from the constant white-privileged, middle-class and heterosexual television sitcoms of the 1990s, where a queer character is presented as either: villain, lesson-of-the-day or joke.