I’ve come across this artists work before, however I didn’t know much about him. Similar to Paik, Mirza’s work plays with fleeting technology. His installations are these messy readymade experiments, involving televisions, turntables, neon lights and wires. His consistent ability to find new meaning amongst these amalgamations is particularly impressive.
The main element to his work is sound, so this post isn’t going to give his work much credit, but he’s certainly worth acknowledging, especially after looking so closely into Paik.