Television's Human Nature
1977, 28:00 minutes, colour, English
A passively aggressive performance where two 'model' home viewers watch themselves consumate the intimate relationship between the television audience and the medium itself. Featuring Peter Melnick and A.S.A. Harrison. Originally broadcast on Rogers Cable 10/Metro Cable 10, Toronto, Canada. Television's Human Nature represented Canada at the Venice Biennale, 1980.
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