Surveillance Society

January 24 - April 19, 2014

Opening Reception: January 25, 5-7pm

Privacy and safety, security and freedom, public and personal. Each of these dichotomies point to the gravity of the debate between public and private space.

The prevalence of surveillance in personal, public, corporate, and governmental contexts is growing exponentially. Who are the watchers, and who is being watched? What information is at stake? Are we / they generating meaning? Is there a balance between safety and threat? The exhibition features the response of artists who wrestle with these topics in contemporary society.


James Bridle, David Wallace, Hasan Elahi, Adam Harvey, Eva and Franco Mattes, Marnix de Nijs




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