The News
Always Falls
into A
Black Hole

This installation incorporates found footage from American news broadcasting channels covering conflicts in the Middle East. The footage is projected onto translucent films salvaged from dismantled TVs, creating a swirling, chaotic visual experience. Beneath the installation, a circle made from black flocking powder mimics a black hole, symbolizing the void and gravity of misinformation. This work addresses media bias and the tendency of news outlets to sidestep critical issues, particularly those affecting the Middle East. By projecting these blurred news images onto discarded TV components, the piece symbolizes how media can distort and obscure the truth, leaving viewers to navigate through a storm of partial narratives and overlooked realities.