Television is something that Americans have welcomed into their homes for decades. The bearer of bad news, good tidings, and a barrage of advertising sandwiched in between. A steadfast centerpiece in the home, of which people depended on for current events and entertainment. Once an intimate friend mirroring our gaze, now out on its ass for all of our neighbors to see.
This series explores the things we throw away. In changing the context by which the object is viewed, we re-examine the television's physical form.