Things Left Unsaid

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Exhibition and book exploring the relationship and shared technology of US television news studio and the invisible spaces of control associated with contemporary warfare.
LanguageEnglish
Size13
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2014
EventThings Left Unsaid - Centre Cultural Irlandais / Paris
Duration: 15 Nov 201430 Dec 2014

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Television News
Invisible
Warfare

Keywords

  • war
  • conflict
  • iraq
  • news
  • media
  • Virillio
  • USA
  • television news
  • news studio

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