And it was this work that really opened my eyes to the pervasive sensation of surveillance. (Which is why art is vital, right?) Especially because Bridle makes explicit the role of the network and what that does: the first essay is titled All Cameras are Police Cameras.

The camera network today is Instagram, TikTok, other people’s phones.

Apple’s photo scanning and our state of forced collective paranoia (Interconnected)
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