Untitled, Leonid Khan
Khan belongs to a younger generation of artists that cannot ignore the continuous growth of the public distrust to the quality and fairness of the distributed information. Often linked with geopolitical interest and the fight between various imperialistic forces, television has lost its credibility among the millennials who search for other sources of information. The white noise, scribbled by employing the tools of an abstract painting, covers the TV screen, thereby preventing the viewer to access the image. The abstraction here is subject to interpretation and so is the information in today’s society.