The Watchers of Copley Square
25”x25”x28”, 2016
Reed, wood, paper, weather and surveillance data

Weather and surveillance are two invisible systems we walk through, engage with and are affected by every day. This piece examines the evolution of surveillance of the last 15 years in one of the most well known public space in Boston: Copley Square. Commissioned for the IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2016 as part of their Artist in Residence program.