Making the invisible visible
A black line is used to project the visual limit of the two-dimensional screen into the three dimensional reality, revealing the limit between controlled and anonymous (public?) space.
Neutralizing the Panopticon Effect
The effectiveness of surveillance is cancelled once its limits become physical. Though a simple gesture, the fuzziness of the areas that are being monitored disappears, revealing a sequence of potential spaces for transgression.
The non-site specific installation aims to disassemble the cinematic/spatial aspects of video surveillance through a minimal intervention.