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Between The Lines is an exploration of what Muntadas terms the "informational limits" of television - the selections, programmes, decisions, edits, time schedules, image fabrications and so on-specifically addressing the means by which "facts" in the news are transmitted on television. Muntadas slows and examines the process, observing a newscaster's exercise in assembling events, locating images, and constructing the news.
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1979, duration 23'27", courtesy the artist and Electronic Arts Intermix, New York
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