A public art piece made to remind us that we are being watched
The main interaction is through the cameras embedded within the main structure. The footage captured by the cameras is then played on the screens instantly next to other surveillance footage from the streets, the subway and the Tisch Building.
Surveillance is an installation made by nine graduate students part of the Tisch Community that where interested in working around the idea of how much we are being exposed to cameras, specially living in NYC, one of the cities with most surveillance cameras in the world. I was the leader of the project managing the concept, the budget and the schedule.
For the fabrication we used wood and power tools. Recycled electrical wire, wire mesh, cameras and TVs.
- Video Cameras
Places it has been showcased
- Riese Lounge, Tisch School of the Arts, 2015