Peep Art: Two Canadians and the new surveillance art
Canadian Art, Spring 2009, v. 26, no. 1, pp. 46 - 50
This article discusses artists who work with surveillance and self-surveillance technology, and the social critique and ramifications of such works. Michelle Teran and Dean Baldwin are used as case studies.
This essay is derived from author's book: The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors.
ITEM 2009.010 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Address Book – Sophie Calle
sousveillance – Steve Mann
The Cradle Will Fall – Michelle Teran
Attempt at an Inventory – Dean Baldwin
Kitchen Sink Arrangements – Dean Baldwin
Friluftskino: Experiments in Open Air Surveillance Cinema – Michelle Teran
Life: A User's Manual – Michelle Teran
Baghdad Cafe – Michelle Teran
Alarm Clock Self-Portraits – Dean Baldwin
Food I've Left in the Fridge Too Long – Dean Baldwin