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«Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?»
A small collage which a few years before the emergence of Pop Art foresees many of the coming art movement’s characteristics: the consumer world takes control of the secluded safety of home life—in which new media, tape recorder, and television come to play a central role. This results in Hamilton’s repeated confrontation with the role of media in interiors, and his combining, for example, the painted image of a radio with a functioning, sound-producing technique built directly behind it.