Interactive video installation involving computer, software, large monitors and a sensor.Ricarda McDonald is a Canadian artist whose practice includes computer-manipulated photography, video, sound, light and computer mediated installations and collaboration. Image courtesy of the artists. Germaine KohArtist The installation features a television monitor that shows a map of the streets of Montreal with the artist’s whereabouts tracked in real time. Image courtesy of the artist. ArtistDatabase works: Tremblay, Pierre (with artists David Bouchard and Bruno Lessard, audio composer Alex Geddie). Performeuse: Alegria Gobeil. While we strive and struggle, the edifice of a security state is quietly built up around us.” The piece was installed in two underground staircase locations at Place-Ville-Marie and Place de la Cité Internationale as part of Montreal’s 2015“Art Souterrain” Festival, which was themed “Security in our Society: What Remains of our Personal Freedoms?”Website:http://www.edwinjanzen.com From 07 July 2015 to 07 July 2016, Montreal-based artist Steve Giasson tasked himself with creating no less than 130 performances. Contemporary Art. © Arnold Koroshegyi. Watched! Photographe: Daniel Roy. More information is available on the artist’s website, http://www.thomaskneubuhler.com/Website:http://www.thomaskneubuhler.com/. The exhibition is a sequel, of sorts, to the 2013 show “Springtime in the Renaissance,” which outlined the genesis of arguably the most important sculptural period of the last 1,000 years. © Michael Lewis. Lowe earned a Bachelor of Design in Communication Design from NSCAD University, and a Master of Arts in Visual Art from York University. Pigment inkjet print. In the group exhibition “Sorting Daemons: Art, Surveillance Regimes and Social Control,” Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, ON, 2009.Originally from Hamilton, ON, Lewis currently lives and works in Toronto. Double Blind queries the interlinked ideas of seeing and controlling, acknowledging the importance of the context in which information is acquired and processed, whether that context is a scientific doctrine, social matrix, or language system.”Website:http://antoniahirsch.com/ 29: To spy on someone or something from one’s window The adjudication process of who and what to include in this list is open and flexible; if you’d like to make suggestions, please send a message via the Contact page. The image stream, provides a kind of seething chaos of activity that can be read both as a statistical plot of gallery activities (where do most people stand to regard the piece? An exhibition devoted to video art might not have the popular appeal of, say, a Michelangelo blockbuster, but Nam June Paik, the so-called father of the medium, knew how to put on a … Melanie Lowe, You Saw Me?, 2008. Auto-surveillance Encounter Website:You can find more information about Donna Szoke on her website, http://donnaszoke.com/. Don’t miss out on seeing this incredible collection of art from one of America’s foremost art dealers, Richard Gray, along with his wife, the art historian Mary L. … He has been awarded a number of provincial and national artist grants for his work.Website:http://michaellewisartist.com/ One of the draws of many of D.C.’ s museums and art exhibits is that they are open … The final exhibition in a three-part series, Border Cultures: Part Three (security, surveillance) was a group exhibition that, according to its press release, “examines the impact of heightened militarization along national boundaries that has intensified deportations, detentions and mechanisms of surveillance of migrants and foreigners.” The previous two exhibitions in this series focussed on homes, land (2013), and work, labour (2014). About. This event has already passed. Cover of exhibition catalogue, 2010. Digital installation, Geolocation app, smartphone. Hamilton, ON for the São Paulo Bienal. Guests are allowed to come in and view the artwork at their leisure. Donna Szoke and Ricarda McDonald, And all watched over by machines of loving grace (Installation view from exhibition at Plug ICA), 2012. More video works by Ricarda McDonald are available at https://vimeo.com/ricardamcdonald. Jason Kuhrt The works in the exhibition deal with themes ranging from technologies used by government and regulatory agencies to everyday surveillance practices that have become integral parts of our lives, especially in social media. Price: $78.99 & FREE Shipping. Much of her creative practice is dedicated to reappropriating and subverting objects of common use, to new and surprising ends. Kathleen Ritter Dave Kemp, Data Collection, 2009. 29: To spy on someone or something from one’s window. C-prints. The wave seems to have grown larger in the wake of the leaks from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, and this is fortunate. Timed performance. Artwork | David Spriggs, 2014.Layered engraved glass sheets in half column display case | Exhibited in Sprigg's solo show PRISM at Arsenal MontrealIn Logic of Control, artist David Spriggs explores the architectural and conceptual design of the Panopticon in order to question the politics of seeing and being seen, and the structures of power that govern them. Layered engraved glass sheets in half column display case. Eric Forman Two artists, Brian House and Kyle McDonald, even created an eavesdropping device that looks like a light bulb or lamp, and after infiltrating them into public places like a restaurant, bank lobby and library, they tweeted snippets of overheard conversations; the project is called “Conversnitch.”, Fair game? Exposed. © Michael A. Robinson. Image courtesy of the artists. Online. Image courtesy of the artists. David Rokeby The adjudication process of who and what to include in this list is open and flexible; if you’d like to make suggestions, please send a message via the Contact page. Kathleen Ritter, Hidden Camera, 2006, Pigment print. Image courtesy of the artists. Video installation. To further manipulate the resulting images, the artist uses FBI-developed surveillance software named Carnivore—which is the same program used to track “terrorists” and relies on the signals of local internet traffic—to guide the trajectory of the camera over the photographs. Edwin Janzen, New Masters, 2015. Antonia Hirsch Janzen describes his art practice as examining “how human character and knowledge are shaped in climates of suspicion and uncertainty, with society languishing in the grip of irresolvable ideological fantasies and insufficiently critical technology fetishes.” He received his BFA in Interdisciplinary Studies/Video from Concordia University in 20080 and his MFA from the University of Ottawa in 2010.Website:http://www.edwinjanzen.com/ Google House © Kathleen Ritter. © Jason Kuhrt. Pressure Monoprint on Rives BFK, 30" x 22." Image courtesy of the artists. From the artist’s website: “Transparency is a seductive aesthetic concept that suggests democracy. © Marika Dermineur and Stéphane Degoutin. ArtistDatabase work: Forman, Eric. Private PropertyArtwork | Thomas Kneubühler, 2006 Her practice seeks to question the ways in which computer networks and programmes can create narratives using sound, language, and image. In his own words, “Rupture, through the interplay of the moving and static image, unsettles the focus: no longer can the eye contemplate the depth of the painterly photographs or try to discern the shapes beneath the pixilated blurs. In multiple exhibitions, including “Early Delights/Deep Gardening,” curated by Su Ditta, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, ON. © Arnold Koroshegyi. Meta Incognita uses the weather webcam to question automated surveillance technologies in relation to time, landscape, and the documentary genre. With a transgressive edge that journalism struggles to match, they creatively challenge what it means to be human in a time of data. In multiple exhibitions and locations, including Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON (2002); “Interaction '05,” Toronto International Art Fair, Toronto, ON (2005); “Profiling,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (2007); “Synthetic Time,” National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China. New MastersArtwork | Edwin Janzen, 2015. Image courtesy of the artist. Her work has shown in Canada, US, France, Germany, Hungary, Croatia and Turkey. Image courtesy of the artist. Warning message Attention! Germaine Koh and Ian Verchere, Broken Arrow, version 2, 2009, electronics and custom software. Marika Dermineur and Stéphane Degoutin, Google House, 2003-ongoing. 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. Double Blind, 2008. The Museum provides FREE classroom lessons, resources, and activities that support traditional curriculum. Image courtesy of the artist. David Rokeby, Machine for Taking Time, 2001. Artwork | Antonia Hirsch, 2008Installation, mirrored acrylic domes. NEW YORK, NY.- Abrons Arts Center presents "Christopher Gregory-Rivera: Las Carpetas" -- a new exhibition that examines the bureaucratic residue of a 40-year-long secret surveillance program by the Puerto Rican Police Department and the FBI that aimed to destroy the Puerto Rican Independence Movement. The Art Gallery of Hamilton. Photographe: Alegria Gobeil. © Thomas Kneubühler. X-Rays SeriesArtwork | Kate McQuillen, 2013. Daniel Borins Jason Kuhrt’s Sousveillance Project is an interactive installation that allows strangers from all over the world to upload comments, messages, and quick texts from their mobile devices onto a database. David Spriggs Zérodeux, revue d'art contemporain trimestrielle et gratuite Image courtesy of the artist. Referencing other works, such as Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window (1954), Michael Snow’s Souffle solaire (2005) and Chantal Akerman’s movie Là-bas (2006), this piece uses the angle of the surveillant gaze looking surreptitiously through a window frame to track and record movement and activities. Image courtesy of the artist. © Edwin Janzen. Sorting Daemon, 2003. Kate McQuillen, X-rays Series (Drop Point Blade), 2013. and all are watched over by machines of loving graceArtwork | Donna Szoke and Ricarda McDonald, 2012. Exhibition | 2015Final exhibition in a three part series | Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, ON.This exhibition was organized by and mounted at the Art Gallery of Windsor from 31 January to 10 May 2015. The title of the piece, Google, acknowledges the ways in which the search engines watch and record user data for ambiguous reasons. Jennifer Marman Offering herself as the subject of the surveillance, Clouard plays with the presumed boundaries of private and public life, and the ways in which our own everyday devices can be used as an agent of surveillance. Marika Dermineur and Stéphane Degoutin, Google House, 2003-ongoing. 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. Walid Ra’ad, Part 3: Miraculous Beginnings, The Dead Weight of a Quarrel Hangs, 1999, DVD. // Rokeby, David. Data Collection, 2009. Sousveillance Project, 2010-ongoing. David Rokeby, Machine for Taking Time, 2001. ArtistDatabase works: Koroshegyi, Arnold. Image courtesy of the artist. The representations of menacing aliens are a reminder of what Janzen describes as “the formidable hierarchies of power stacked about them and how the sense of alien menace is deployed in the service of such powers. (function(d, s, id) { CARE NOT CAGES: Processing a Pandemic. This interactive online piece by Dermineur and Degoutin questions the notion of differentiated private and public spheres, and the ways that Google and other social media sites can collect and retrieve private images for their databases. Philosophy Michel Foucault later developed this design as a conceptual model to understand the power dynamics inherent to a control society, one where those in power can the capacity to watch, control, and regulate. David Rokeby, Gathering, 2004. Broken Arrow. In the group exhibition “Sorting Daemons: Art, Surveillance Regimes and Social Control,” Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, ON. Photo documentation by Stephen DeSantis. Variable dimensions The creation of these Instagrammable art exhibitions by the Moco Museum, Museum Voorlinden and the Tropenmuseum can be considered a new form of participatory art, as described by art critic Claire Bishop. Taken, 2002-2009. Exhibition | 2011Mounted as a partnered project between InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, and the international workshop The New Transparency: Surveillance & Social Sorting at the University of Toronto | InterAccess Gallery, Toronto, ON.From the exhibition’s publicity release: “Cyber-Surveillance in Everyday Life is organized in conjunction with the international workshop of the same name, taking place at the University of Toronto from 12-15 May 2011. Koh’s installation reveals the often unseen ways information transmitted and shared via social devices, and reminds its viewers about the risks associated with social networks and privacy.Website:http://germainekoh.com/ © David Spriggs. Data Collection is composed of photographs of identification cards from 100 different people. Layered engraved glass sheets in half column display case. Image courtesy of the artist. 4-channel video installation with sound, 100 performance scripts, photographs, map, map pins, cork board. Installation. Image courtesy of artist. The Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON for the São Paulo Bienal. Walker Evans led the way with undercover pictures taken on the New York City subway with a Leica hidden behind his coat. Two large monitors, each displaying a disembodied eye, stare out at the audience. Variable dimensions.Steve Giasson is a Montreal-based artist whose creative practice spans a range of mediums, including conceptual writing, art performance, photography, video, and installation. Video installation. Broken Arrow The catalogues of artists, artworks, and exhibitions are on-going records of cultural producers and objects broadly engaging with the themes of surveillance technologies and policies in Canada after 2001. Variable dimensions.Eva Clouard is a young French artist who graduated from l’école supérieure d’art et de design du Havre and l’École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. The other side is a cooler catalog of the gallery visitors. In multiple exhibitions.This video installation was commissioned by the Goethe Institute in Toronto for its “Surveillance Terrorism Democracy” programme. In "Shutters," an exhibition opening in UB Art Gallery today and running through Nov. 23, artists like Niels Bonde from Copenhagen address the concept of contemporary surveillance in their art often by simultaneously placing the viewer in the role of watching while being watched. © Antonia Hirsch. Thomas Kneubühler, Accessed Denied, 2007-2014. As an audience member walks past, the eyes look at them and follow their movement. Rupture, 2009. Vancouver. Variable dimensions. Steve GiassonArtist © Steve Giasson. © Melanie Lowe. © Kathleen Ritter Earning her MFA from York University in Toronto, she works primarily in print media, drawing, and installation-based projects. The video animation utilizes layering methods present in Sprigg’s other works, and scans the length of the truck to pay attention to each of the different figures. 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. Instead, the invisible blur of information is made visible through volatile camera movements that force the viewer's eye to shift strangely across the screen: perception flounders, inundated by technology and artifice.”Website:http://www.arnoldkoroshegyi.com/ Michael Lewis, Some will take more prodding. ArtistDatabase works: Kneubühler, Thomas. Eric Lander, Biden’s pick for top science adviser, co-authored a damning report on the faulty forensic practices behind hundreds of wrongful convictions. The kind of reporting we do is essential to democracy, but it is not easy, cheap, or profitable. © David Rokeby. Donna Szoke In this way, Access Denied makes the bodies of those who watch—in larger than life-size forms—a visible presence to those who are watched to complicate this relationship of watcher-watched as part of surveillance structures, control, and regulation. Brenda Goldstein, Panopticon, 2003, DVD. Video Surveillance for Museums. In some cases, the result is humorous - but only at first glance. Artwork | Melanie Lowe, 2008.New media database projection | In the exhibition, “Cake on the Icing,” curated by Shaun Dacey, InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, Toronto.In You Saw Me?, Lowe addresses the contemporary nature of personal relations mediated by social media and technology such as Facebook. Drawing upon multidisciplinary praxis in his sculptural installations, he, in his own words, “examines the creative gesture, its conditions of emergence, and the position of the artist in face of art world conventions.” Robinson has exhibited throughout Canada and France, and his work is included in numerous permanent collections, including the Museé d'art contemporarin de Montréal, the Musée nationale des beaux-arts du Québec, and the Canada Council Art Bank.Website:http://www.michaelarobinson.org/ // Giasson, Steve. 122 x 91.5 cm. Variable dimensions. Image courtesy of the artist. All }(document, "script", "facebook-jssdk")); 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. You may have already requested this item. 4-channel video installation with sound, 100 performance scripts, photographs, map, map pins, cork board. More video works by Ricarda McDonald are available at https://vimeo.com/ricardamcdonald. Border Cultures: Part Three (security, surveillance)Exhibition | 2015 In multiple exhibitions, including “Wide Open,” Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Hamilton, ON, 2008, and “Sorting Daemons: Art, Surveillance Regimes and Social Control,” Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, ON, 2009. It also begs the question of who has access to this personal data and how this information might be used? Just take comfort in the fact that “it’s only an art exhibition”—for now. Artwork | David Rokeby, 2004.Video installation | Commissioned by the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON for the São Paulo Bienal.Commissioned by the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Gathering captures images of people outside the gallery space. David Rokeby, Sorting Daemon, 2003. The work was featured in the Palais des congrès in Montreal for the Festival “Art Souterrain” in 2015, under the theme “Security in our Society: What Remains of our Personal Freedoms?” The work was exhibited again in Montreal at the 2-22 Building from 09 August to 09 October 2016. Ryan Grim speaks to Democratic Party activist Dan Totten about the homophobic slur directed at him during a Cambridge Democrats Zoom meeting. Toronto, ON. This demonstration of surveillance-turned-art, titled "Jaywalking," presents the sort of uncomfortably easy privacy invasion that Dries Depoorter has made his trademark. Private Property The first track is called “Dossier.”. Image courtesy of the artists. ArtistDatabase works: Janzen, Edwin. 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/ Hidden cameras inside the sculpture watch, track, and record people as they pass by, adding a potentially sinister element to the humour offered by the googly-eye form. W 4.5m x H13.7m x D .5m | Vancouver Community CollegeDouble Blind is a sculptural installation situated in the atrium of the new Vancouver Community College’s Broadway Campus building. Variable dimensions.Eric Forman is a Brooklyn-based artist working with interactive installations and responsive sculptures. Image courtesy of the artist. Image courtesy of the artist. Rupture © Michael Lewis Invisible Performance No. In the piece, Tremblay selects a variety of representations of the landscape captured automatically by the webcam, then recontextualizes them into a video cycle that gives motion and movement to the weather cycles of the images. Michael LewisArtist His work has been exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally, and in prominent festivals including the Liverpool Biennial 2012, and the Text Festival 2011 and 2014 (Manchester). Online. 4-channel video installation with sound, 100 performance scripts, photographs, map, map pins, cork board. 6-minute looped DVD video. Marika Dermineur and Stéphane Degoutin, Google House, 2003-ongoing. // Kneubühler, Thomas. David Spriggs, The Logic of Control, 2014. Most art is for sale, making our galleries a fantastic place to find a new piece for your home or office. Michael A. RobinsonArtist Exhibits 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? 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