Tue 4 Dec 2007
Wired features a nice little series of examples of surveillance as art. Very interesting:
Is there such a thing as citizen-friendly surveillance? Designers, filmmakers and architects are making art out of the technology that watches over us. Mindful of Google Earth, camera phones, over-the-counter spy gear, reality TV, terrorist-conscious politicians and security-obsessed corporations, these interactive auteurs put their own spin on a surveillance-saturated global culture. Is New Voyeurism the next genre?
Christian Möller’s ‘Mojo’