A decade of Surveillance camera playing

We all wish their work was obsolete… The Surveillance Camera Players (famous for manifesting their opposition to the culture of surveillance by performing silent, specially adapted plays directly in front of surveillance cameras) have just published a book that documents their performances and comments on the right to privacy, the militarization of the police, the ideology of transparency, the mass psychology of fascism, the society of the spectacle, the PATRIOT Act, Rudy Giuliani, September 11th, face recognition software, reality TV, webcams and wireless systems, among other topics.


Images above from their 10th anniversary performance

Via empty streets.