Image courtesy of the artist. With artists David Bouchard and Bruno Lessard, and composer Alex Geddie, Tremblay has worked on other incarnations of the Meta Incognita project, including Meta Incognita—Variations Estivales (2011) and Meta Incognita: Summer Variations (2012). The installation provokes an intensified or magnified sense of what it feels to be under the scrutiny of the surveillant gaze; the sounds, lights, and activity creating a sensory overload and affective response in the body of visitors. David Rokeby David Rokeby, Sorting Daemon, 2003. However, despite their appearance, in actuality the weapons embedded within the images are harmless paper cut-outs. Each sheet is engraved with a profile cross-section of a building, which alone are abstract. 29 (Épier quelqu’un ou quelque chose de sa fenêtre), 2015-2016. The Art Gallery of Hamilton. Interactive online installation. Antonia Hirsch, Double Blind, 2008. Private PropertyArtwork | Thomas Kneubühler, 2006 2012. Spriggs earned his BFA from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver and his MFA from Concordia University in Montreal.Website:http://www.davidspriggs.com/ ArtistDatabase works: Rokeby, David. Access Denied Based in Toronto, Koroshegyi teaches studio practices and art history at Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, and the University of Toronto, Mississauga. Daniel BorinsArtist Interactive video installation involving computer, software, large monitors and a sensor. Access Denied, 2007-2014. Artwork | Thomas Kneubühler, 2006C-prints | Various locationsKneubühler’s piece Private Property involves a series of photographs of the spaces of private corporate property and portraits of the personnel who are tasked with securing them. You can see some of the Conspiracy Case surveillance videos on Janzen’s vimeo site at https://vimeo.com/58598922.Website:http://www.edwinjanzen.com Artwork | Dave Kemp, 2009. Tang Contemporary Art is proud to announce the opening of Yang Zhenzhong's solo exhibition Surveillance and Panorama on 1 September 2018, in the first space of Beijing. Pigment inkjet print. A Reckoning Over Homophobia in the Democratic Party. var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; Installation. 2013. Image courtesy of the artist. Arnold Koroshegyi The Logic of ControlArtwork | David Spriggs, 2014. Video installation. ArtistDatabase works: Janzen, Edwin. Home-Part-3 He is the co-founder of BioArt New York, a collective pairing artists and biologists for unusual collaborations, and currently a faculty member in the Interactive Design MFA program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.Website:http://www.ericforman.com/ You Saw Me? Forcing the connection between the eye of the camera and the eye of the human, this piece questions the presumed objectivity of the technologies of surveillance and the inherent subjectivities of those who (often invisibly) control and interpret them. Various locations. Photograph by Photo Technic. This project was included as part of Robinson’s larger installation series, entitled Black Period, which was included in Montreal’s Contemporary Arts Festival “Art Souterrain” in 2015.Website:http://www.michaelarobinson.org Tom Sherman, SUB/EXTROS (1), SUB/EXTROS (2), SUB/EXTROS (3), 2001, DVD. As a writer, it’s hard to say this but there’s more variety and excitement in surveillance art than in surveillance writing. Data Collection is composed of photographs of identification cards from 100 different people. Pressure Monoprint on Rives BFK, 30" x 22." Photograph by Rachel Topham, Vancouver Art Gallery. Online. Hidden Camera, 2008. Photographs and video. Image courtesy of the artist. Surveillance, Art and Photography | Zérodeux / 02. This installation by Kemp was created as part of the group exhibition “Sorting Daemons: Art, Surveillance Regimes and Social Control” at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in Kingston, ON. With a new solo art exhibition about mass surveillance, and a film about Julian Assange in the works, filmmaker and journalist Laura Poitras is emerging, ever so carefully, into the spotlight. We don’t have ads, so we depend on our members — 35,000 and counting — to help us hold the powerful to account. Photographe: Daniel Roy. “By disclosing mundane details about my daily life, I am simultaneously telling everything and nothing about my life,” he writes in the exhibit brochure. Mixed media. Google HouseArtwork | Marika Dermineur and Stéphane Degoutin, 2003-ongoing As such, she noted when her movements became intentionally performative, which, according to Ritter, enabled her to “temporarily occupy a public space or transgressing public behaviour—activities which were transitory and performed for a limited and often unwitting audience.” Interloper records the spaces of such actions, although the actions themselves are absence from the piece. W 4.5m x H13.7m x D .5m. When movement—a person—has been found, the image is captured and removed from its background context. Antonia Hirsch, Double Blind, 2008. David Spriggs, The Logic of Control, 2014. ArtistGiasson, Steve. Dave Kemp, Data Collection, 2009. With collaborator Gwenola Wagon, he has created a number of online works, including Terrorism Museum in an Airport (2009-2013, http://www.nogovoyages.com/terrorism_museum.html), and Dance Party in Iraq (2012-2013, http://www.nogovoyages.com/dpi.html). RuptureArtwork | Arnold Koroshegyi, 2008. Interactive video installation involving computer, software, large monitors and a sensor.Szoke is a Canadian media artist whose practice includes video, animation, writing, installation, and collaboration. In Hirsch’s own words, “Double Blind deliberately and emphatically utilizes elements that are commonly found in public space and re-purposes them, thereby highlighting the quality of the space itself, rather than offering a pictorial escape from its reality. Ricarda McDonald ArtistDatabase works: Lewis, Michael. Surveillance Art & Photography examines the complexities of modern surveillance with a focus on photography and visual media. Others will be more difficult, 2008, oil on canvas. Interactive online installation. This piece is part of a larger collaborative project entitled Nunavut Lights that explores representations and visualizations of the photographic archive. Artwork | David Spriggs, 2014.Engravings on 9 sheets of tempered glass layered and spaced in transparent plexi-glass display units |David Spriggs’ Transparency Report is a series of engravings on transparent glass, layered upright to create a three-dimensional form. Digital video projection installation on a 4 minute loop. As Lowe writes, You Saw Me? Thomas Kneubühler Melanie Lowe, You Saw Me?, 2008. Image courtesy of the artist. VOX The videos below are from the current exhibition, Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera at the Tate Modern art museum in London. To do this, Koroshegyi uses a flatbed scanner to closely trace photographs of artificial flowers. Artwork | Jason Kuhrt, 2010-ongoing.Interactive media | Online. © Jason Kuhrt. Inside the gallery space, the resulting composite images are displayed on a circle of 8 video projections. 29: To spy on someone or something from one’s window Timed performance. 24 septembre 2015. Antonia HirschArtist In multiple exhibitions, including “Early Delights/Deep Gardening,” curated by Su Ditta, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, ON. Art ‘ARTE DEL MAR: ARTISTIC EXCHANGE IN THE CARIBBEAN’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (through Jan. 10, 2021). Brenda Goldstein, Panopticon, 2003, DVD. During this phase, two images, one screenshot and a couple of seconds of audio are going to get taken randomly and uploaded to the second part: an online exhibition space in form of a web page. Sousveillance ProjectArtwork | Jason Kuhrt, 2010-ongoing. So too, Giasson’s VOX questions what aspects of a surveilled moment gets lost within its capture; the flat form of the spoken-to-written word offers no context, tones, colour, or character that comes with lived experience. Image courtesy of the artist. Artwork | David Rokeby, 2001.Video projection, stored digital images, custom software | In multiple exhibitions, including “Early Delights/Deep Gardening,” curated by Su Ditta, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, ON.Machine for Taking Time was commissioned by the Oakville Galleries for the show “Earthly Delights/Deep Gardening.” In the piece, Rokeby’s “machine” consists of a surveillance camera that takes 1081 still images of the gallery’s gardens along the same path daily. Michael A. Robinson Image courtesy of the artists. Image courtesy of the artist. In the exhibition, “Cake on the Icing,” curated by Shaun Dacey, InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, Toronto. The exhibition Watched! Such “sorting daemons” reinforce existing streams of influence and quietly create new ones. Surveillance Art exhibition: 'A Look Inside' Tweet 0 Archive TUE 22.01.13 > SUN 03.02.13 De Markten | Oude Graanmarkt 5, Brussels Vernissage: Tuesday 22 januari 19:00 Exhibition: TU > SUN: 12:00 > 18:00 People are shocked by the absurd number of surveillance cameras … 360-degree surveillance mirrors, fasteners. © Pierre Tremblay. Donna Szoke and Ricarda McDonald, And all watched over by machines of loving grace (Installation view from exhibition at Plug ICA), 2012. Photographe: Alegria Gobeil. Online. In the game, these aliens were meant to represent the threat of nuclear attack, a lived and real concern during this time of Cold War tensions. They are the opposite of the acronym-laden news stories we read: NSA, FISA, PGP, PRISM, ACLU, EFF, SIGINT, GCHQ, TOR, FOIA, HTTPS, are you still awake? For this work, Kneubühler hung large banners with printed images of security guards that appear to be monitoring the local area. 4-channel video installation with sound, 100 performance scripts, photographs, map, map pins, cork board. © Marika Dermineur and Stéphane Degoutin. Camarillo, Calif., Feb. 27, 2014 – A daring, dynamic and, at times, disturbing interactive art exhibition will visit the campus of CSU Channel Islands (CI) in March, as renowned Los Angeles multimedia artist, surveillance sculptor and scenic artist Gary Lloyd debuts They: An Answer Driving the Problem, Revisited at CI’s Napa Hall Gallery. © Steve Giasson. The Met has never before presented an exhibition of art … All of these images are archived, then stitched back together as a video that retains that same path, but uses images from different days. Image courtesy of the artist. He’s the curator of Surveillance Signal, the latest art exhibition at the Satellite Project Space that opens this Thursday. © Kathleen Ritter The elements are recontextualized following one of an available three sets of rules that determines how the images are put back together. According to Szoke and MacDonald, the installation “emphasizes the human element of surveillance—a blink—that implies an inherent failure compared to machine surveillance.” The artists take the title of the piece from a 1967 Richard Brautigan poem, which articulates a vision of a loving and caring gaze of humanity, as a critique of the current state of surveillance that the artists see as being centrally concerned with crime and consumerism. ArtistDatabase works: Clouard, Eva. 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