Aymar Jean Christian is an assistant professor of communication at Northwestern University. He began Open TV as a research project for his studies on how organizations create, produce, and distribute web series.
- MCA Screen:
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- Short Muted multicolored rectangle shapes in reds, blues, and greens.
- Long This is an image of either a low-textured painting or a work of a graphic art. The scale of the original work is not detectable in the image. The work consists of geometric shapes in slightly greyed out shades of red, blue and mint green with white and black details. The top 3/4 of the image is made up of three equal-sized vertical rectangles of red, blue and mint green. Below the large squares is a line of six long thin horizontal rectangles in blue, black, mint green, red, and black. The bottom layer is slightly larger thin horizontal rectangles of mint green, white, grey and black. Older viewers may associate this graphic image with the color bars visible on TV screens when programming was off the air in the mid 20th century.
- In 3, 2, 1: Open TV TonightBy Aymar Jean ChristianOpen TV is a platform for artists of diverse backgrounds typically not supported by mainstream television and film companies. Before they take over the Edlis Neeson Theater for their MCA...
- Short A small, tube television displays a colored test pattern.