Surveillance Landscapes

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 4:00pmDrury Gallery

Exhibit by Marcus Desieno '10

Surveillance Landscapes is an exhibition of photographic works that interrogates how surveillance technology has changed our relationship to—and understanding of—landscape and place. Marcus has hacked into surveillance cameras, public webcams, and CCTV feeds in search of the classical, picturesque landscape, dislocating the visual product from its automated origins while seeking a conversation between land, borders, and power. This show runs from January 23 to February 22, with a closing reception on the 22th.

  • Undergraduate