In 1969, some 600 million viewers around the world watched the first manned moon landing on television. But game shows, talk shows and reality TV became the enduring TV forms. Judy Radul takes another look at domestic scenes bathed in television’s lunar glow.
is a Vancouver-based performance artist.
Performance, staging, and technology in the court of law
Increasingly sophisticated technology for recording and reproducing sound and images is altering the traditional theatrical and literary element of the courtroom, writes video installation artist Judy Radul. Considering artwork and theory exploring connections between the image, power, and law, Radul asks whether “it is possible to imagine a court, guided by justice and law, taking into account the new ‘politics of representation'”?