Jesse Edwards in "Scripted Reality: The Life and Art of Television" at Museo Jumex, Mexico City

Curated by Kit Hammonds | On view through March 24, 2019

Dec. 5, 2018

Gallery artist Jesse Edwards is showing two "Television" ceramic sculptures in Scripted Reality: The Life and Art of Televisionan international contemporary art exhibition at Museo Jumex (Mexico City) that surveys the history of television and explores television’s impact on daily life. The exhibition is curated by Kit Hammonds and is on view through March 24, 2019.

The exhibition includes in installations, photographs, sculptures and videos that portray television’s many roles in society. These include works made for television and transmitted within shows and advertisement breaks to interrupt the flow of programming that characterizes today’s media landscape. In turn three ‘channels’ of artist videos present thematic programs that address particular forms and genres that refer back to the day-to-day experience of television.


Artists also include: Candice Breitz, Miguel Calderón, Phil Collins, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Christian Jankowski, Bruce Nauman, Yoshua Okón, Nam June Paik, Laure Prouvost, Abigail Reyes, James Turrell, Bruce Yonemoto, and others.



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