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HPAC planning

clipboard of ideas for final project

ryan meher

on 2 February 2012

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HPAC _040510 security cameras in schools shaping the psychogeography of public spaces extant/previous works surveillance art christian moeller, nosy (2006) http://www.surveilproject.blogspot.com/ the panopticon A robotic video camera randomly captures the surrounding landscape and people, which are then displayed in bitmap graphics onto three towers covered with white LEDs behind frosted glass panels. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surveillance_art/ http://www.christian-moeller.com/display.php?project_id=59&play=true chicago links public/private security cameras http://bit.ly/aW5FOV DAVID MURAKAMI WOOD http://www.queensu.ca/sociology/?q=people/faculty/david-murakami-wood http://surveillance-and-society.org/ojs/index.php/journal http://www.digitalurbanliving.dk/ Bentham's principle of internalized surveillance, that people watch over themselves on behalf of the authorities when they know they can be watched but don't know when or by whom. scott snibbe?
camille utterback?

too "fine art"/abstracted? http://www.digitalurbanliving.dk/sousveillance/ http://ubisurv.wordpress.com/ "policeman inside your head" http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=703426 Surveilling Public Space: Perspectives on Spectacle http://www.sfu.ca/~ckh3/surveillance/ surveillance studies
http://www.sscqueens.org/ http://www.manuluksch.com/ "witness !=prevention" http://www.chicagobreakingnews.com/2010/01/cta-installs-more-security-cameras-at-stations.html CTA installs more security cameras at stations "the system now has 1,657 cameras at 73 rail stations." the very act of observation changes the subject being observed "the gaze" how is power afforded by viewing? There are over 30 million surveillance cameras in operation in the United States. Chicago has more of them than any other city. On average, a person in Chicago is caught on camera 200 times per day. is surveillance an act of violence? surveillance as a means of control constant, inescapable surveillance that you can not see. artist who filmed herself performing in front of cameras in London
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