2014 CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT: STOCKHOLM
SECTION 4: ART IN THE AGE OF SURVEILLANCE
Natalya Eryomenko, Vera Ermolaeva Foundation of Contemporary Feminist Art Initiatives
If the 1990s was the age of surveillance, then the current period has compounded this troubling sense of being watched. The recent revelations of NSA surveillance are exacerbated by the fact that self-surveilling has become the common language of contemporary life. As the private and public become deeply intertwined, their political and personal implications are increasingly conflated.