Whether or not ghosts exist, it doesn't stop amateur filmmakers from making hundreds of fake poltergeist videos to clutter up YouTube. Try making one for yourself—set up a camera, then take some fishing line and tie it to a coffee cup, get out of sight, tug it, and there you have it: a haunted kitchen.
These bogus paranormal efforts are what artist and director Meredith Danluck took as inspiration for her commissioned installation at the Venice Biennale.
Here she discusses how her team created the spooky scene for her Venice Biennale installation from the essential ingredients of cardboard, Scotch tape, and air cannons.
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