Televisions once dominated daily life. Now, in our hands, in our pockets—literally everywhere—a different little screen abounds. This is a new moment in human history.
It is easy to be cynical about the ever increasing presence of these little screens in our public and private lives. Especially when you consider the amount of data connected to our lives that is sold for advertising. Much harder, it seems, it is to be optimistic.
I took my title from Lee Friedlander's project of the same name which sought to document the rise and prevalence of televisions.
You can see on the opposite wall a television being taken out to the trash. If you look close enough, you'll see me reflected in the screen. Perhaps, as you look around, you will see yourself too.