So you’re walking by the Stamp Gallery one afternoon. Peaking through the glass exterior, you see that there are boxes and packing paper scattered throughout. You see some power tools on the benches, and a ladder leaning against the corner. 769 more words
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“Try to Walk With the Sound of My Footsteps”: The Surveillant Body in Contemporary Art. Communication Review 11 (January-March 2008): 24-41.
While the prevailing response to surveillance has been sousveillance, or the turning of surveillance against itself, this paper suggests that the usefulness of such responses depends on granting power to the video surveillance camera as the roving eye of an elusive disciplinary body. 36 more words