voices of ordinary madness

National Gallery of Arts, Washington DC, Summer 2014

A playful but satirical assessment of British society posing as a television program, Late at Night — Voices of Ordinary Madness features a female newscaster who conducts live interviews with non-traditional TV types: street-gang members, drug dealers, recent immigrants, even rich bankers. The program's "street footage" is concentrated in London's East End, a traditionally multi- ethnic neighborhood that has recently seen an influx of commercial interests.

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