‘Yak Yak Yak’, was an installation that consisted of 21 television sets, tuned to news channels. All switched on, with their maximum volumes and broadcasting live news simultaneously. The idea was driven by the overdose of information and the disparity within that which is constantly televised in the world today.

The object was the experience of assimilation of all that information; multitudes of blaring headlines bombarding away the viewer’s perception. Millions of perspectives on a single event brilliantly balanced on the edge of analysis and manipulation.

The authenticity in the documentation of this history is the concept of this exploration.