nullTV analog is an art installation in which three live broadcast television signals are multiplexed in the analogue domain to form a hybrid stream containing elements of all three in an ever-changing flux.
The conceptual weight of nullTV analog considers Marshall McLuhan's saying "the medium is the message". By opening the broadcast aperture up just a small amount, the content is received in a jumble and no longer makes sense. Viewer attention thus falls on the medium (the television in this case), which, according to McLuhan, is where the real significance of such methods of communication lies.
The video chronicling the works and composers of in tones: organ/radio/television/glitch has been made available on Vimeo. It features an overview of Adam Jansch's piece nullTV analog, in which he explains the background of the piece that made up the television section of the event.
Adam Jansch's brand new installation based around television will premiere at in tones: organ/radio/television/internet. The piece, called nullTV analog, presents the mangling together of multiple live TV streams onto one screen and will be live on January 16th in the University of Huddersfield's Phipps Hall.