In a project called Nothing in the News, artist and filmmaker Joseph Ernst steps away from the constant inundation of news by printing a series of large metro newspapers that have absolutely no content.

“In the midst of this information overload, we become numb, we switch off, we stop caring,” Ernst says. “But the point is we should care. All these things are important. We just need to learn to switch off a little, to spend some time digesting the information we consume, to seek and find alternative critical points of view, to fight the algorithm–all the algorithms that control our lives.”

Read the full article: Your Moment of Zen: The Front Pages Of Major Newspapers With No News

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