M.I.T.A.R.B.U. (Mobil Internet, Television and Radio Broadcast Unit)
Locust Projects is pleased to present M.I.T.A.R.B.U. (Mobil Internet, Television and Radio Broadcast Unit) A project by Gregory Green. M.I.T.A.R.B.U. is a fully restored 1967 VW Westfalia Campmobile re-outfooted with a complete sound and video recording and mixing studio, as well as a 100 watt VHF television transmission system, a 35 watt FM radio transmitter, and is accessible on the World Wide Web. Although this roving pirate transmission station can potentially operate outside F.C.C. regulations, during the exhibition TV and Radio broadcasts will be transmitted at a legal power level within the gallery to allow visitors to experience collected and arranged media combined with live broadcasting.
Gregory Green is an internationally recognized visual artist that is currently working on a full retrospective for the torch Gallery in Amsterdam. He has had over 14 solo shows. His work has been collected in such prestigious collections as the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles and the Saatchi collection. He is prominently known for pushing the limits of art beyond most peoples comfort zone. Green became notorious overnight for his creation of terrorist bombs, missiles and batches of LSD. He is currently represented by Feigen Contemporary Gallery in New York.
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