As a major cultural component of the contemporary period, television plays a definitive role in visual culture, the circulation of news, and the forging of identities off-screen. Installed in Museo Jumex’s 3rd floor gallery and presented in collaboration with Fundación Televisa, Scripted Reality considers the work of artists from the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa who have engaged with this vital medium. Exploring TV’s rich and varied history through installation, performance, painting and video, the artists of Scripted Reality present television as object, medium and subject.
Thomas Demand. Studio, 1997. La Colección Jumex, Mexico
Project organized by Kit Hammonds, Curator, and Adriana Kuri Alamillo, Curatorial Assistant, Museo Jumex; in collaboration with Fundación Televisa.
With thanks to:
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303
11520 Mexico City