maybe not anymore), photographer Andris Feldmanis certainly does - in fact, he took it upon himself to engage in a photo project dedicated to capturing watchers in action. Meanwhile we get the reap of benefits and be the voyeuristic eye watching folks lounging in their TV spaces.
The contextual backdrops vary from nocturnal comfort to side chairs to living room day beds. From what we can tell, most folks in seem to prefer not having an ottoman, but tend to scrunch up into a ball while enjoying their daily dosage of television. More than half enjoy it with a glass of water. For us, we feel like we fall into the grouping of individual #5, having a laptop nearby at all times browsing while passively sucking up what modern day television has to offer. We gotta admit - we even find ourselves watching multiple video clips on YouTube while trying to pay attention to what's going on the big screen. Such a ubiquitous information-driven age we live in these days, no? Check out the rest of Andris' series "Watching" over here. (Images: Andris Feldmanis)