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Television insinuates itself into our personal lives

“Television, says Shaviro, ‘is part of our everyday experience; it quietly insinuates itself into our personal lives. We get so deeply involved with television precisely because it doesn’t imperiously demand our attention. It is simply there, day in and day out, like wallpaper or a piece of furniture.'”

Motion[less] Pictures: The Cinema of Stasis, Justin Remes.

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