I’m watching you, watching me explores the themes of perception, deception and surveillance. It challenges the viewers expectations of how art objects should or will behave and how we should behave around them. The artworks are set up to give a top down surveillance where behaviors are monitored. Viewers are expected to follow the rules and social norms that is expected of them but if they don’t break out of their perceived preconceive ideas and participate then there is nothing to see. I’m watching you, watching me, but seriously who’s watching?
Views from inside the CCTV